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. an 8-year-old san jose boy, hit and killed by a truck on this street. we'll tell you what he was riding at the time of the accident. >> you don't have anything to say about all that's going on around the world? >> and the southern california man behind the movie that sparked antiamerican protests all over the world is led away by authorities overnight. >> also, the major delays at sphrn international airport today, and why it has nothing to do with the weather.
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. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, september 15th. i'm claudine wong. >> good morning, everyone. i'm mike mibach. meteorologist mike, good morning, great to see you. >> great to be here this early saturday morning. we do have once again low clouds and fog covering the coast and right around the bay. for this morning, it will be a factor out there, 50 to 60 degrees, into the afternoon hours, temperatures ranging from the lower 60s to around 90 degrees for the warmest locations inland. coming up in about 8 minutes, we'll take a look at the numbers in your neighborhood and also highlight the changes you can expect the second half of the weekend. new this morning, san jose police are investigating after a truck driver hit and killed an 8-year-old boy on a small motorized bike. ktvu's alex savage, live this morning in san jose to explain what led to the deadly accident. >> reporter: well, this crash clearly has had an impact on people in this neighborhood. you can look over here and see
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there's been a memorial set up for this 8-year-old boy who was killed. people have left flowers and candles here at the scene. he was riding on what police refer to as a pocket bike, a small electric motorcycle, when he was hit by a truck. now, this accident happened just before 8:00 last night on the 800 block of farm drive. san jose police say this boy rode into the street, right into the path of that truck. he suffered major injuries and died at the hospital. police say the boy was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. the driver of the truck did stay here at the scene after the crash. they are cooperating with investigators and at this point, doesn't look like impairment was an issue here. as we come back out live, this memorial has been left by neighbors here. so far, police are not releasing the name of the boy killed in that crash. live this morning in san jose, alex savage, ktvu channel 2news. all eastbound lanes of interstate 80 are reopened after a three-car crash created an alert for the area. it happened at about 3:50 this morning near the willow avenue off ramp in hercules.
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traffic was at a halt when a car came crashing into another stopped vehicle, causing it to burst into flames. the driver of the burning car fled and the five passengers of the speeding car were transported to the hospital, four with minor injuries, one with a serious leg injury. chp says the driver of the speeding car has been detained. we are following developing news from southern california. the filmmaker linked to an internet movie that sparked violent protest in the arab world is being questioned by law enforcement. the los angeles county sheriff's department says the man was not arrested and went in voluntarily for questioning. he has a prior conviction on bank fraud charges. authorities are looking into his role in producing the video may have violated terms of his probation. four americans died in attack on u.s. consulate in libya shortly after the video was posted, including ambassador chris stevens. eight people were arrested and six officers injured in
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protests against the antimuslim film in sydney, australia. witnesses say up to 500 people marched in the streets before getting into a confrontation with police in front of the u.s. consulate. police used pepper spray and tear gas to break up protests. two people died and at least 40 people were hurt when protesters stormed the u.s. embassy in tunisia. the embassy was not staffed at the time of the attack. antiamerican protests have now spread to about 20 countries, from the middle east and north africa all the way to australia. you are looking at a map right now of where the demonstrations have taken place. the state department says 65 embassies or consulates around the world have issued emergency messages about the violence and they are cutting back on diplomatic activity. the united states military says it is sending an elite unit of marine special forces and drones to libya to help bring those responsible for killing those americans to justice.
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the u.s. has already deployed an fbi investigation team that is trying to track al-qaeda sympathizers who are thought to have turned the benghazi demonstration into a violent one. intelligence officials are also reviewing telephone records and computer traffic. libyan law enforcement agencies say some arrests have already been made. this morning, we are also getting a look at the ruins of the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, where ambassador chris stevens and the three other americans were killed. coming up at 7:15, how a note found in the debris is shedding light on stevens' mission in libya. in overnight news, san francisco police are investigating a homicide. it happened in the bayview district early this morning. police say they responded to a report of shooting just after 1:30 at osceola lane and lasalle avenue. police haven't released details on the victim or suspects. highway 1 in san mateo county is back open this morning after a fatal crash there shut down part of that roadway for
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several hours. that crash was reported just before 101:30 last night. so far, no word on the cause. today, parents plan to help clean up the damage left from a fire that gutted a menlo park school. an early morning fire on thursday destroyed a portable building at beachwood elementary that contained an office and a third grade classroom. we've also learned that due to a loophole in the law, the fire burned for hours before firefighters were actually called. under state law, portable classrooms are only required to have fire alarms that are activated manually. school officials say they are looking into installing an electric alarm that can notify firefighters of a fire even when no one is on school property. well, tomorrow marks six months since the disappearance of morgan hill teenager sierra lamar. this morning, volunteers will once again search remote areas of the south bay for the remains of the 15-year-old. earlier this week, organizers said they are going to suspend their regular midweek searches so they can focus more on the
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search efforts on saturdays. also today, a fund-raiser will be held for the sierra lamar fund during the second annual hot cars and gi tars tour, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in hollister. then tomorrow, there will be a balloon release to mark the six months since sierra was last seen alive. that's at burnett elementary school at 6:30 p.m. this morning, two men face charges in the death of a bay area teenager in peru. 18-year-old kyle nolan went on a spiritual retreat in peru's jungle region last month. when he did not return home, his mother traveled to the remote amazon region to find him. police joined the investigation and found nolan's body in a shallow grave at the spiritual center. they say the shawmen confessed to burying nolan after they say he died from drinking tea made with hallucinogenic plants. well, a reminder for air travel this morning. if you're going to fly in and
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out of san francisco international airport this weekend, you will likely face delays. one of the two main arrival run ways is shut down for safety improvements and that could mean delays of up to an hour. that work is expected to last through 8:00 a.m. monday morning and that's not going to be the end of it. there are more closures planned for the next two weekends. >> and in the case we do actually get fog in the area, those delays could be longer. let's check in with mark right now and see how we're looking this morning. >> we do have fog developing right now near the coast and near the bay, increasing in coverage. but the afternoon hours will be completely different, with more sunshine out there, temperatures up a few degrees over yesterday's highs. live camera showing you some evidence of that marine layer out there, but still increasing sunshine as we head into the afternoon hours. so for today, you can see some of the fog right now. santa rosa reporting visibility of one half mile. overcast towards san francisco, mountain view, san jose, oakland, also hayward. the fog has been expanding in
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coverage over the past two to three hours. for today, we do have morning fog, warm inland. tomorrow, a little cooler. then the extended, we'll call it a nice forecast with temperatures on the mild to warm side. no excessive heat in the forecast. as far as current numbers just updated, lots of 50s out there. low 50s for santa rosa. san francisco, 52. high pressure still in charge of our weather somewhat for today. so we'll call it warm, especially away from the shoreline. there is a weak weather system that moves in from the north on sunday. as a result, we'll shave off a few degrees and it's not much, but we'll shave off a few degrees for the second half of the weekend. temperatures come down on average about 3 to 6 degrees. for the coast, definitely bundle up this morning. skies becoming partly sunny into the afternoon hours. 60 to 65. around the bay, we do have fog this morning at 9:00, increasing sunshine, also a bit of a breeze out there. you'll notice the white caps on the waters, a bit of a chop out there with increasing onshore
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winds. inland, lots of sunshine throughout the day today. we could have a few partly cloudy observations this morning, but more sunshine by about 3:00 this afternoon. upper 80s to around 90 degrees. and here's the forecast for stanford for this evening. mostly sunny skies, temperatures on the mild side. also the baseball forecast, as you can pick out partly cloudy skies with the a's playing the orioles game, too, at 6:00. forecast highs this afternoon, these numbers, about the same as yesterday. even a few neighborhoods a bit warmer. oakland tops out at 73. livermore, around 91 degrees. san jose, forecast high of 81. san francisco in the upper 60s, right around 68. here is a look ahead to your five-day forecast. warm inland, cooler for your sunday, still a nice forecast for monday and also into tuesday. coming up in about 10 minutes, we'll take a look at the one part of the state that is under a red flag warning for today. well, the taliban is now taking responsibility for an attack in afghanistan that killed two u.s. marines. the reasons why the terrorist group says it targeted that
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british base. >> and how close are firefighters to knocking down the fire near the famous getty museum? >> looking at the bay bridge this morning, there is a collision on the upper deck just past treasure island, blocking one lane. they are getting a tow truck out to clear all that away, but you may see that if you are headed into the city. 7:10. you're watching mornings on 2. and honey's sweet touch of golden sensation, join together with a pecan crunch you'll savor, creating the most perfect lesson in flavor. ♪ nature's best-written recipe is ready for you to enjoy. nature valley, nature at its most delicious. now try our new crunchy dark chocolate peanut butter bar. come pre-filled with problems. enough is enough. introducing the chase liquid reloadable card. with chase liquid, there's no waiting and no fee to activate
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. good saturday morning. walnut creek looking towards mount diablo, sun up this morning at 6:52, as scheduled. temperatures near 90 inland this afternoon. a wildfire that's burning near the famous getty center in los angeles county is expected to be contained this morning. that fire started yesterday afternoon on the east side of interstate 405. five helicopters were called in
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to make water drops. firefighters also provided protection for a large number -- or a number of large homes in that area. the getty center was closed as a precaution. now, the fire has burned about 70 acres, but did not cause any structural damage. new this morning, taliban is claiming responsibility for an attack on a british base in southern afghanistan that killed two u.s. marines. the taliban says the attack is in response to an antiislammic film that insulted the prophet mohammed. and because prince harry is also stationed at that base, the prince was not injured in the attack at camp bastian. the identities of the marines have not been released. 18 army reserve soldiers have returned home to the bay area, after a year-long deployment in afghanistan. [ cheers & applause ] >> members of the 445 civil affairs battalion arrived at san jose airport yesterday afternoon. the soldiers headed to a special
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welcome home ceremony in mountain view, where they were reunited with family. >> it is so wonderful to see him! it's been a long time that patrick's been away. and just really exciting to have him home today and home with our kids and back with our family again. >> the soldiers spent a year doing reconstruction projects in afghanistan. new this morning, president obama says those responsible for the deaths of four americans at the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya will be captured and says that attacks on american citizens will not be tolerated. >> as we mourn their loss, we must also send a clear and resolute message to the world. those who attack our people will find no escape from justice. we will not waiver in their pursuit. we will never allow anyone to shaict resolve of the united states of america. >> the president made those comments this morning in his weekly address. the president's staff says the events in libya will not affect his travel schedule. the president is scheduled to make stops, campaign stops, in ohio, new york, and florida this
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week. well, republican presidential challenger mitt romney is also expected to continue with his campaign schedule this week. romney is slated to make stops in colorado, california, texas, and florida. at an event in ohio, romney condemned the antiislam film that has prompted protest around the world, but said a lack of leadership from the president is also to blame. president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton honored the four americans killed in libya during a somber ceremony, marking the transfer of remains. n]♪ >> the president met privately with the families of those killed and said their sacrifice will never be forgotten. secretary of state hillary clinton also remembered bay area native chris stevens. she said she asked stevens to serve as ambassador to libya because she knew the u.s. needed a strong leader to engage with the revolutionaries who overthrough moammar gadhafi. >> he was known not only for his courage, but for his smile.
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goofy, but contagious. for his sense of fun and that california cool. n]♪ >> stevens is a graduate of piedmont high school, uc berkeley, and uc hastings college of law. this morning, we are getting a look at the u.s. consulate in benghazi where the diplomats were killed. found at the scene was a note that shed some light on stevens' mission and it read, "libya is so important." investigators say it appears stevens became separated from his guards in the chaos after the attack and died of smoke inhalation. well, if you live near travis air force base, be prepared for loud noises. the air force base says it will be conducting around the clock training through september 22nd. it all started late last night and will include firearms simulators, explosions, and amplified voice commands. most of the activity will happen at night. the base plans to open its northgate at 4:00 a.m., until next friday, to support the
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increased traffic during training. well, the oakland police department hopes to add 55 new officers to its force in the coming months. on monday, opd will hold its first police academy in four years. staffing is one of the department's biggest problems. the force is at its lowest level in more than a decade. the department says it loses four to six officers a month to retirement or jobs in other cities. >> certainly, there was some pressure to really get moving and make this happen and we're just so fortunate that so many people stepped up and really helped us to make this a reality. >> now, the goal is to have three police akkad meese a year, but the city says that hasn't happened because of budget problems. this new class of 55 recruits came from a pool of more than 2300 people who took a written test in march. the starting salary is about $70,000. >> well, there is more evidence of a recovering housing market. sales of bay area homes have surged to levels not seen since before the recession. bay area home sales are at their
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strongest since 2006. there was a 14% jump in home sales last month compared to august of 2011. and purchase prices were up nearly 11%. some home buyers say the time to buy is now. >> the mortgage rates are incredibly low. we were thinking about expanding our family and there's, there was a house that we had to jump on. >> it's better a better time to buy, if you have the financial resources to put the down payment. that's the key. >> because of low inventory, houses are not lasting long once on the market. well, this morning, we're learning about more people returning to dozens of homeless camps cleared out by the city of san jose. earlier in the summer, you may remember 150 people and 60 tons of trash were removed from 60 different homeless camps in san jose, but neighbors say the homeless are now coming back and the trash is piling up near their homes. the city says it plans to conduct more cleanups this year and they will focus on six of the homeless camps.
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after months of complaints, the city of antioch started cracking down on boarded-up homes and apartments to make sure squatters are not living there. they are also responding to reports of excessive trash and debris at properties and making sure they are safe to live in. homes are deemed uninhabitable if they do have not running water, electricity or trash service. the end is near for an urban garden in san francisco. the nonprofit recycling center has been leasing city-owned land since 1974. city officials say the center is now obsolete and won't renew its lease. a recent court decision ruled in favor of the city. the neighborhood council now has until october 1st to leave the property. the city plans to keep the area for community gardens. a new poll shows support for a san francisco arena for the golden state warriors, but not necessarily from people who live near the proposed site. the warriors want to leave oakland and build a new
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waterfront arena on piers 30 and 32. a phone survey of 556 san francisco voters show 68% support that new arena and the number rises to 80% once the project details are explained. but an online poll from neighborhood groups near the proposed arena found 49% of people oppose that project. well, setting the record straight, where officials now say the hottest place on earth is located. >> and two people are safe this morning after being rescued from point rays. where they got stuck and how they were able to get help. >> and in weather, the fog is back near the coast and bay this morning. coming up in about 5 minutes, the neighborhoods that will hit 90 degrees this afternoon and the one part of the state that is under a red flag warning for this afternoon.
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. two people were rescued from a cliff in marin county. a man and woman used a cell phone to call for help after
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they got stuck on a cliff at point rays, mcclures beach. they were approximately 250 feet up on the face of the rocky cliff when they were found. sonoma county helicopter rescue was called to save the two. they are said to be okay. west nile virus has hit california hard this year. now the marin county control district is reaching out to help the community understand the response to the problem. mosquito fest 2012 will kickoff at 11:00 this morning at the district office. the event is free and will feature exhibits with live mosquitoes and other bugs. organizers are hoping people will walk away with a better understanding of why the district sprays for mosquitoes. meanwhile, vector control is set to fog an area in san jose tonight to try to kill mosquitoes that carry west nile virus. the area is bordered by blossom hill drove, cottle road, and currie drive. now, the fogging comes after mosquitoes carrying the virus were found in that area. it's scheduled to start at 11:00
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tonight. if you're looking to visit the hottest place in the world, you won't have to travel very far. death valley national park in california is officially the hottest place on earth. the world meteorological organization panel found that the records set in 1922 in libya was not correct. now, researchers say the correct spot was actually recorded in 1913 in death valley. the temperature was a little more than 134 degrees, which is pretty hot. >> and that is hot. meteorologist mark tamayo in for rosemary today. nothing blazing hot today, right, mark? >> nothing that hot. we all grew up here, talk about the warm temperatures. really not in the forecast for today, even the next few days. this is a live camera in oakland. mostly cloudy skies out there and the clouds are part of our forecast for this morning near the coast and near the bay. then into the afternoon hours, increase in sunshine, clouds clear back in near the immediate coastline. we're talking about an increase
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in fire danger. red flag warning begins for the northeastern portion of the state at 2:00 this afternoon, winds approaching 25 miles an hour. forecast highs this afternoon, a little bit warmer than yesterday's readings. that means the warmest locations in the lower 90s out toward livermore and antioch. looking ahead at the five-day forecast with your weekend always in view, a touch cooler for sunday. temperatures hold steady into next week for monday, tuesday and wednesday. another weather check, including the baseball forecast for the a's, coming up in a few minutes. well, california's first sea otters to survive an oil spill three years ago is celebrating this morning. ollie the otter gave birth to a new pup. she was spotted by the california department of fish and game yesterday. she was rescued in early 2009 from a beach near in santa cruz. well, hundreds of volunteers are gathering in the peninsula. the difference they are trying to make this morning. >> and what google is saying
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about whether it will take down that controversial video about islam that has sparked violence across the middle east and beyond. >> and video of a drive-through burglary at this apple store down in southern california. who police are still searching for this morning. s receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real?
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8-year-old boy is hit and killed by a truck. good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. the truck driver is now being questioned by police. the 8-year-old boy was riding a motorized bike when he was hit. alex savage joins us now live from san jose with more. >> reporter: well, i just talked with a neighbor who tells me he always sees this boy riding his mini motorcycle around this particular area. police are calling this a pocket bike, a small electric motorcycle. he was riding it last night when he was hit by a truck. you can see this morning a memorial has been set up here at the scene of this crash, with flowers and candles for this 8-year-old boy who was killed. the accident happened just before 8:00 last night here on the 800 block of farm drive. san jose police say this boy rode into the street, right into the path of that truck. he suffered major injuries and ended up dying at the hospital. police say the boy was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. his name this morning is not
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being released by police, but i did talk with a neighbor a short time ago who knew this boy. he told me the boy's parents would always tell him to be careful riding his electric motorcycle. >> he was a nice kid. that's -- because i know him because my little cousins used to play around him and everything. he used to be like the famous kid, because he had a low motorcycle and everything. used to be happy and all that. >> reporter: the driver of the truck involved in last night's deadly accident did stay here at the scene. he pulled over after the accident and obviously cooperated with police, but at this point, police are saying it does not look like the driver was impaired. live this morning in san jose, alex savage, ktvu channel 2news. we are continuing to follow developing news out of los angeles, where a filmmaker linked to an internet movie that has sparked violent protests in the arab world and beyond is now being questioned by law enforcement. authorities are looking into
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whether nakoula basseley nakoula violated probation with his role in producing the video. nakoula is on probation for bank fraud charges and is prohibited from using computers or the internet. that video sparked antiamerican protests in more than a dozen countries around the world, from the middle east and north africa, all the way to australia. these are images from lebanon, where protesters ransacked and set fire to a hardee's and kfc, as well as other western fast food chains. the state department says 65 embassies and consulates around the world have issued emergency messages about the violence. this morning, google says it has no plans to take down the controversial video from youtube, despite a request from the white house. google does say it is censors the video in india and indonesia and has temporarily blocked access to it in egypt and libya. the white house has asked google to look at whether the video
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violates youtube's terms of service. google says the video is within its guidelines. and we have continuing coverage of the unrest around the world through the morning. you can also find more information on our website at ktvu.com. police are investigating two bodies found inside a motel. one was a 17-year-old girl who was a runaway. police say the second body is that of a 24-year-old man, possibly the girl's boyfriend. police say they both suffered gunshot wounds and they are investigating the matter as a murder-suicide or possible double suicide. a faculty member at the naval postgraduate school in monterrey is under arrest in connection with the death of his estranged wife. 69-year-old lawrence jones was arrested in los angeles this week on suspicion of homicide. the body of his 29-year-old wife was found by a hiker last friday. police are treating her death as a homicide. oakland city leaders are
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soliciting the help of neighborhoods to clean up a prostitution hot spot. they are doing it by using so-called dear john letters. authorities are asking residents to take down license plate numbers of drivers possibly soliciting sex and giving those numbers to police. officers would then send letters to the address of the registered car owners, warning them to stay away. police say they are targeting several blocks along international boulevard near 17th street. >> i think they need to be doing more, because there's too many of them, little girls, grown women. >> and for the young girls out there, they need earnings you know? >> that's true. >> oakland police say they have already sent out 10 letters. dozens gathered to remember and celebrate the life of a store clerk shot inside a millipede today's 7-eleven. he was 67 years old, working the graveyard shift when armed robbers killed him last weekend. the community gathered last night to remember his smile and easy manner and to send a
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message that this is not acceptable. >> that could have easily been my father. >> it angers me this kind of crap goes on in the community! one is too many! we need to stop the violence and keep this out of milpitas. >> neighbors are urging anyone with information to call police with information. 7-eleven is offering a $10,000 reward leading to an arrest and conviction. a man has been charged after attempting a drive-through burglary of an apple store in southern california. this happened last week inty mechanic la. surveillance video shows a car crashing there into the front of the store. three men got out of the car and started grabbing items off display shelves. the men then drove away. one was later arrested, but the others have not been found. if you're trying to preorder apple's new iphone 5, expect a delayed delivery time of up to two weeks. there have been so many preorders for the phone, delivery times have stretched
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from one week to two weeks. the company began taking the orders just after midnight yesterday morning. apple is calling the response incredible and says the new iphone 5 unveiled wednesday is thinner, lighter, and faster. that news helped apple stock reach an all-time high at the close yesterday, at $691.28 a share, an increase of $8. well, expect to pay a little more if you buy something on amazon.com today. the nation's largest online retailer started collecting sales tax in california at 12:01 this morning. the sales tax from amazon is expected to bring in as much as $100 million for the state and local governments in california in just over a year. today is coastal cleanup day across the bay area. more than a thousand volunteers are expected to show up in san mateo county. they are expected to pick up hundreds of pounds of litter. today marks the 28th anniversary of the bayfront cleanup held by the city's department of public
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works. it starts at 7:30, just getting under way there at ryder park. there are several other events also around the bay area. and a nice day to clean up our coastline. >> great day. >> mark tamayo says not too hot? >> that's right. want to bundle up a little bit if you are heading to the coast. temperatures not recovering too much there. but this, guys, is the last full weekend of summer. >> true, one week left. >> one more week. and we'll wrap it up okay, but no excessive heat out there. we still have fog coast side and around the bay. but in this camera, we have more sunshine. showing you our bay point camera, you can see a little bit of haze, temperatures inland, still warming back up. upper 80s, lower 90s this afternoon. as far as the fog, here is the latest pattern. you can see the clouds hugging the coast. also santa rosa reporting visibilities down about one half mile. san jose reporting overcast as well. forecast headlines today, morning fog, warm inland. tomorrow, a touch cooler, that much cooler for the second half of the weekend and the extended.
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we'll call it a nice forecast, mild to warm out there. current numbers, it is on the cool side. most areas are in the 50s. santa rosa checking in at 51. napa, 50 degrees. san jose at 57. high pressure in command of our weather. as a result, temperatures today will be the warmest day of the weekend. that means temperatures inland, near 90. we cool things off beginning sunday, as this weak weather system moves in from the north. not a big change, but tomorrow we'll shave off a few degrees. for the coast, as mentioned, for coastal cleanups, patchy fog this morning, partly sunny skies this afternoon. around the bay, we do have fog at 9:00 this morning. more sunshine this afternoon, 73 to 78. inland neighborhoods, beautiful with temperatures on the warm side, upper 80s to lori 90s by 3:00 later on today. here's a look at your forecast highs for saturday afternoon. 80s towards santa rosa and petaluma. around the bay, we're talking low to mid-70s with clearing skies into the afternoon hours. some lower 90s toward antioch and brentwood. san jose, forecast high of 81.
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also, san francisco, clearing back to near the shoreline. forecast high of 68. and the a's game, too, for this evening, partly cloudy skies, a bit of a breeze out there and temperatures right around 60 degrees. here is a look ahead at your five-day forecast. a touch cooler for your weekend, minor cooling as you can pick out inland monday, tuesday, wednesday of next week. coming up, we'll take a look in about 15 minutes at the football forecast for stanford later on this afternoon. >> thanks, mark. well, a kindergartner gets put on the wrong bus, after his first day of school. how it happened and what the 5-year-old is saying about this scary mix-up. >> and a statue that arrived in san francisco in that armored truck is now on display. where you can see it and the important cause behind it. >> and let's give you a live look outside on this saturday morning. that is the mcarthur maze. 80, 580, all coming together in
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. good saturday morning. time now, 7:41. welcome back to mornings on 2. here's our bay point camera, looking toward martinez and patchy fog to deal with this morning. utility company in new jersey is investigating whether a gas leak is to blame for a powerful explosion that destroyed a home. the explosion happened yesterday afternoon. you can see here, not much left, only smoldering debris. no one was inside the house and no one outside the home was hurt. the homeowner says metal piping was removed from that house just days before, but it's still unclear if that has anything to
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do with the blast. chicago's week-long teacher strike is headed towards a resolution. >> i am pleased to tell you that we have in place framework around all the major issues that should allow us to conclude this process. >> looks like something we can figure out a way to work out, as long as we have the language to support it. >> both sides aren't saying much about the final agreement, but they are expected to spend this weekend working out the details. union delegates are expected to vote tomorrow on whether to call off the strike and return to class monday. well, a wisconsin judge struck down nearly all the state's controversial collective bargaining laws, saying the law is unconstitutional. public workers are elated by the decision, but governor scott walker's administration is already promising to appeal. governor walker signed that law restricting collective bargaining back in march of 2011 and supporters of it say it was done to balance the state budget and warn if the ruling isn't
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overturned, that there will be a gap in budgets. cornell university has cut ties to adidas after hearing about the sportswear giant's questionable treatment of factory workers overseas. the president of cornell said yesterday that the ivy league school has grave concern about reports that nearly 3000 workers were left without 3 million in severance pay when an indonesian factory that produces some adidas items closed last year. the exciting first day of school ends with a frightening experience for one oregon kindergartner. now, the school sent 5-year-old taylor kaburnik to a day care rather than on the bus home, like his mother told him to. >> i didn't know who she was and i didn't know the car and i was crying for my mom. i thought my mom didn't know where i was. >> poor baby.
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well, the mother was terrified when her little boy didn't come home, so she called the school and they figured out they accidentally sent him to the wrong place. the school issued an apology and promised it would not happen again. a san jose college student killed will be laid to rest. jordan murphy mahoney was a student at the university of arizona in flagstaff. she was riding her bike there last sunday when she was hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver. that driver has been arrested and charged with manslaughter. make moneyy's funeral is at 11:00 this morning at holy spirit church in san jose. a vallejo marijuana dispensary is raided for the second time in four months. it happened last night at nature's love collective on the 300 block of tennessee street. police say its operator, 30-year-old darryl weeden of vallejo was arrested. authorities seized marijuana and cash in that raid. nature's love was first raided in early may. the trial for a vacaville
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teen accused of stabbing a 13-year-old girl several times two years ago is scheduled to begin on monday. alexander sivantes, who was 14 at the home, allegedly broke into the victim's home. she was able to escape with her brother. he faces rape, assault and attempted murder charges. a california man is under arrest after he allegedly threatened his roommate with a running chainsaw. gary hays says he had just finished talking to his 63-year-old roommate, marvin daniels, and minutes later, daniels was chasing him with a revved up chainsaw. hays says he tried to get through his bedroom through the window. hays was able to escape through the front door and called 911. >> scared as i've ever been. it's the kind of crap you see on tv, not up here in auburn. >> hays wasn't hurt and believes the suspect has a mental illness and hadn't been taking his
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medications. daniels is being held on multiple charges. police say the body found at a saratoga springs campground is a man in his early forties. campers discovered the body last night around 7:00 p.m. at a camp site on big basin way in unincorporated santa clara county. his identity is not being released. a san francisco firefighter who was battling cancer and the city about her sick leave says she has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support since she went public with her story. jeanette rivera said she applied for benefits under the city's catastrophic illness program after she used up all of her sick leave. that would have allowed her coworkers to transfer their sick leave time to her. but the city's public health department turned down the request, saying her current condition is not life threatening. >> it's gone viral, across the country.
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people have gotten wind of the situation and they want to be helpful and want to be supportive. >> rivera's story quickly spread on breast cancer blogs and twitter. she says she intends to appeal the health department's decision, even as she prepares to undergo a double mastectomy in two weeks. police officers and firefighters are competing against each other in alameda today, but it is all for a good cause. it's in alameda county, the fire departments and police departments are participating in guns and hoses. money raised will benefit the george mark children's house and american cancer society. it is going to be at 3:00 this afternoon. game will be held at thrasher park in san leandro. tickets are $10, including a barbecue lunch and drinks. a $5 million solid gold jewel encrusted maltese eagle is now on display at johns grill in san francisco. it arrived yesterday under armed police guard. there it is. that eagle is now being displayed next to a replica of
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the maltese falcon statue seen in the movie of the same name. you can see the two at johns grill from 2:00 until 5:00 today, and 3:30 to 4:30 tomorrow. the owner of the eagle statue plans to sell it and donate $1 million to breast cancer charities. flu season is officially under way, and even though most cases don't pop up until next month, doctors say now is a good time to get vaccinated. as usual, doctors are encouraging children, seniors, and those with health conditions to get the shot. the past two flu seasons have been relatively mild, which has many health officials concerned that people just won't go get their shots. this year's vaccine protects against three flu strains. the napa county health department will offer free seasonal flu shots to anyone 3 and older. clinics are set to begin wednesday and will run through november. for more information about how you can get your shot, contact the napa valley health department, or to find out if there are free clinics in your area, contact your county health
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department. and the united states army is also protecting its service members from the flu. they have ordered nearly 2 million doses of vaccines for all soldiers and their families. the vaccines will be available sometime next month. the army expects to have 90% of its force vaccinated by december. more money is coming to california to help get diesel buses off the streets. the obama administration is handing out more than $8 million in grants to transit agencies across the state. $4.3million is headed to the metropolitan transit agency in san francisco. the obama administration wants to get rid of old buses and replace them with newcomb pressed natural gas buss that are more efficient. community leaders plan to hold a rally in san jose today to support new teenager drivers. according to the cdc, car accidents are the number one cause of death of teenagers in the united states, and the first year is the most dangerous. that's why state farm and other community leaders want them to stay safe. state farm is giving 14
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$1,100,000 grants to high schools across the nation. to vote for your local school, you can go to celebratemydrive.com. time now, 7:50. 49ers fans should be prepared for extra security at this weekend's game. what san francisco police are planning to do. >> and changes coming to disney world. the huge expansion being planned and what you will now be able to drink there for the first time in the park's history. . >> we have been watching the fog expand near the coast and the bay over the past few hours. coming up, the neighborhoods that will hit the low 90s this afternoon and the temperature change you can expect for the second half of the weekend.
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. changes are coming to disney world in orlando, florida. for the first time in history, beer and wine will be offered in the park. it's going to be served at the new be our guest french-themed restaurant in the new fantasyland. beer and wine will be available during dinner only.
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reservations are already being taken, even though it doesn't open until november 19th. the new fantasy land will open december 6th and it is the largest expansion in the park's history. the pleasanton harvest festival is celebrating 40 years. the event kicked off yesterday and will run through tomorrow. it started as a small community marketplace in san francisco, where artists gathered to sell products. well, now eight shows are held in california, arizona and nevada. money raised from this year's event will go to the oakley raiders, which is a youth sports organization. the show is also supporting the alameda county food bank. anyone who brings a nonperishable food item or donation will get $2 off admission. unique boats will be in the san francisco bay this morning, as part of the 17th annual kaiser permanente international boat festival. organizers say it's the largest in the united states, with 120 teams and 3500 paddlers. besides boat racing, the event features cultural performances
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and activities for the whole family. the event kicks off at 8:00 this morning and runs until 5:00 tonight. it will pick up again tomorrow morning. well, the a's and the orioles, playing a key series in oakland this week. the fans know it and that is why the coliseum is sold out. for the first game last night, orioles up 1-0 in the bottom of the 4th, but not anymore. there it goes, over that lucas oil sign. to the 9th, a's up 3-2, when avery tries to sneak to second, but thumbs down for the final out of the game. and the crowd goes wild. forget the wild card. oakland wants the west. they are are three games back. game 2 against the o's, 6:05 tonight. the giants in the desert taking on the diamondbacks. bases juiced in the third, but not anymore. hunter pence slapping one 10 rows back in left center. sandoval snags a line drive off the bat of chris young, saving a couple of runs and the giants go on to win, 6-2. dodgers also won.
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giants still with 7 1/2-game lead in the west. if you're planning to go to the niners game tomorrow, be prepared for extra security. undercover police officers plan to dress either in red and gold niners gear or lion's team colors. they will be patrolling the stands at candlestick, looking for some unruly fans. they also will enforce laws against scalping counterfeit tickets and merchandise. san francisco police also went undercover in january for the niners playoff game against the new york giants. packers quarterback aaron rodgers, going back on his promise of wearing an alex smith number 11 49er jersey. according to tmz.com, rodgers wanted the group boys 2 men to sing the national anthem. the group did, but under one condition. rogers would have to wear an alex smith jersey for a week. the packers did lose to the ninest last week, but now rodgers is backing out, saying the whole thing was blown out of proportion. time now, 7:56. mark, i just got a facebook post
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from pam, who says burr! it is chilly in alameda! >> it is chilly. fog cooling things off. that is a very good weather observation. temperatures right now in the lower 50s out there near the coast, near the bay. in fact, a good portion of the bay area. looking at current numbers, fairfield, 54. oakland, 55. san francisco, 52 degrees. definitely bundle up this morning in the short-term. for this morning, areas of fog for the coast and to the bay. clearing skies to near the coast this afternoon. temperatures ranging from the lower 60s to the lower 90s. these numbers, a little warmer than the highs we had on saturday. see that 91 in livermore. antioch, 91 degrees. stanford playing this afternoon against usc, mostly sunny skies, mild out there with readings in the mid-70s. here is a look at your five-day forecast, with your weekend always in view. a little bit cooler for your sunday. no major changes next week. patchy morning fog clearing out into the afternoon hours. coming up in the 8:00 hour, we'll take a look at the one part of the state that's under a red flag warning.
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also, a quick snapshot of the tahoe weekend forecast. it's been nearly six months since sierra lamar disappeared. the special event planned to mark the day tomorrow. >> plus, what travelers flying in and out of sfo could be dealing with flight delays for the entire weekend.
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. a small memorial sits on a san jose street this morning, after a fatal crash involving an 8-year-old boy. >> you don't have anything to say about all that's going on around the world? >> the man believed to be involved in an antiislammic film is taken in for questioning overnight. why he could be facing charges. >> and the fog this morning, keeping things cool across the bay area. coming up, it will hit 90 greece this afternoon. >> and thousands of volunteers will be out in the bay area today, cleaning up as part of an international effort. . good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, september 15th. i'm claudine wong. >> good morning, everyone. i'm mike mibach. meteorologist mark tamayo in for rosemary this morning with a quick look at the saturday morning forecast. >> good saturday morning. definitely want to bundle up out there. the fog has been expanding in coverage, coastside and around the bay. quick forecast for today's
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snapshot, areas of fog, temperatures in the 50s. into the afternoon hours, clearing skies, a big temperature range. we'll take a look at the numbers in your neighborhood, also highlight the changes you can expect for the second half of the weekend. well, all eastbound lanes of interstate 80 are reopened now after a three-car crash overnight created an alert for the area. california highway patrol says it happened about 3:50 this morning near the willow avenue off ramp in hercules. traffic was at a stand still when a car came crashing into another, stopping that stopped vehicle, then it burst into flames. take a look at the damage there. the driver of that burning car fled. the five passengers of the speeding car were transported to the hospital with four minor injuries. one with a serious leg injury. chp says the driver of the speeding car has been detained. the san jose police department is investigating a fatal accident after a truck driver hit and killed an 8-year-old boy on a small motorized bike. that accident happened just before 8:00 last night on farm drive. police say the 8-year-old went into the roadway in front of the
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truck. the child was not wearing a helmet. police say the truck driver is cooperating with investigators. well, we are following developing news from southern california. the filmmaker linked to an internet movie that has sparked violent protests in the arab world is now being questioned by law enforcement. the los angeles county sheriff's department cessna cowell la basseley nakoula was not arrested and went in for questioning voluntarily. nakoula has a prior conviction on bank fraud charges. authorities are looking into whether his role in producing the video may have violated terms of his probation. four americans died in attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya shortly after the video was posted. victims included ambassador chris stevens. eight people arrested, six officers injured in protests against the antimuslim film in sydney, australia. witnesses say up to 500 people marched through the streets before getting into a confrontation with police in front of the u.s. consulate.
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police used pepper spray and tear gas to break up those protests. this morning, protesters have been cleared from central cairo after days of crashes with police over of the antiislammic video. a wall has been put up blocking the u.s. embassy after protesters threatened to burn it. one egyptian was killed in those protests. and here is a look at how the antiamerican protests have spread. demonstrators are taking -- demonstrations are are taking place in about 20 countries. the state department says 65 embassies or consulates around the world have issued emergency messages about the violence and they are cutting back on diplomatic activity. president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton honored the four americans killed in libya during a somber ceremony, marking the transfer of remains. n]♪
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>> the president met privately with the families of those killed and said their sacrifice will never be forgotten. hillary clinton also remembered bay area native chris stevens. she said she asked stevens to serve as ambassador to libya because she knew the u.s. needed a strong leader to engage with the revolutionaries who overthrew moammar gadhafi. >> he was known not only for his courage, but for his smile, goofy, but contagious, for his sense of fun and that california cool. >> stevens is a graduate of piedmont high school, uc berkeley and uc hastings college of law. tomorrow marks six months since the disappearance of morgan hill teenager sierra lamar. searchers will continue their search this morning. they are suspending regular midweek searches so they can focus more on the search efforts on saturdays. also today, a fund-raiser
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will be held for the sierra lamar fund during the second annual hot cars and guitars tour, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in hollister. tomorrow, there bill be a balloon release to mark six months since sierra was last seen. coast all cleanup today across the area and the world today. more than 1000 volunteers are expected to be in san mateo county this morning, picking up hundreds of pounds of litter. now, there are also several other events around the bay area. coming up at 8:30, alex savage will be live in san mateo to show us the progress volunteers have made so far. travelers flying in and out of san francisco international this weekend will likely face delays because of a runway closure. one of the two main run ways is shut down for safety improvements and that could mean delays of up to an hour. the work is expected to last through 8:00 a.m. monday, but that won't be the end of it.
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there are more closures planned over the next two weekends. this morning, a shawman in peru and two others face charges in the disappearance of kyle nolan. he went on a spiritual release in the jungle region of peru last month. when he didn't come home, his mother traveled to the remote amazon region to find him. police joined the investigation and found nolan's body in a grave at the spiritual center. they say the shawmen con fees fessed to burying nolan after he died from drinking hallucinogenics in a tea drink. last night at nature's love collective on the 300 block of tennessee street, a dispensary was raided. its operator was arrested. authorities seized marijuana and cash in the raid. nature's love was first raided in early may. today, parents can plan to help clean up the damage left from a fire that burned part of a menlo park school. an early morning fire on
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thursday destroyed a portable building at beachwood elementary that contained an office and a third grade classroom. now, we've also learned that due to a loophole in the law, the fire burned for hours before firefighters were called. under state law, portable classrooms are only required to have fire alarms that are activated manually. school officials say they are looking into installing an electronic alarm that can notify firefighters of a fire, even when no one is on school property. 18 army reserve soldiers have returned home to the bay area, after a year-long deployment in afghanistan. [ applause ] >> members of the 445 civil affairs battalion arrived at make net take airport yesterday afternoon. soldiers then headed to a special welcome home ceremony at the army reserve center in mountain view, where they were reunited with family. >> it is really exciting to have him home today and home with our
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kids, back in our family again. >> the soldiers spent a year doing reconstruction projects in afghanistan. >> inland, haze here looking toward mount diablo, but still having a few neighborhoods on track to reach the 90-degree mark this afternoon. showing you this, you can see the clouds expanding in coverage over the past few hours, coast side, santa rosa visibilities down to about a half mile this morning. down toward oakland, hayward, mountain view, and san jose. for today, morning fog, warm inland, just a little bit cooler, not much, for your sunday. and the extended, we'll call it a nice forecast. mild to warm. as far as current numbers, most areas, just updated for the 8:00 hour, are in the 50s. not much of a change over the past hour. san francisco right now at 52. some 50s, 54 toward fairfield
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and antioch, 58 degrees. high pressure still somewhat in charge of our weather for today, so we'll warm things up a little bit compared to yesterday's highs. that will mean readings near 90 inland, but there's a weather system up to our north and this is pretty weak. this moves in for sunday. we'll shave off a few degrees. tahoe weekend forecast looks just great, with more sunshine for today and also tomorrow. after the cold mornings, those temperatures in the 30s, a nice recovery into the afternoon hours with those readings in the 70s. back here, patchy fog for coastal cleanup. partly sunny skies, 60 to 65. around the bay, increasing sunshine, also a big bump in wind speeds. notice chop on the bay later on this afternoon. inland neighborhoods, maybe a patch or two of fog this morning. more sunshine, warm numbers at 3:00 this afternoon. so these numbers, about the same as yesterday, could be a little bit warmer in a few spots. santa rosa, 82, oakland 73. upper 80s to lower 90s for
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highs. definitely bundle up at the coast. weekend always in view, cooler for sunday, temperatures holding steady for next week, for monday, tuesday, into wednesday. coming up in about 7, 8 minutes, we'll take a look at. a's forecast for game 2 later on this evening. after years of debate, a recycling center in san francisco is getting the evicted. the hate ashbury neighborhood council recycling center has been leasing the city-owned land since 1974. but city officials say the center is now obsolete and will not renew its lease. a court backed their decision. the neighborhood council now has until october 1 to leave the property. the city plans to use the area for community gardens. three college campuses evacuated after bomb threats and one of those schools is now defending its response to the threats. >> plus, rubble is all that's left of this new jersey home that was recently put up for
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sale. what may be behind the explosion that destroyed it. >> and a live look outside, that is the east shore freeway in berkeley. cal bears on the road, taking on ohio state. so no cal bear traffic on this college football saturday. stanford and san jose state, though, playing at home later tonight. time now, 8:10. you're watching mornings on 2. 4g lte has the fastest speeds. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined.
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. good saturday morning. 8:13. our live camera in san jose
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showing you mostly cloudy skies. forecast high around 80 degrees this afternoon. a wildfire burning near the famous getty center in los angeles county is expected to be contained this morning. the fire started yesterday afternoon on the east side of the 405. five helicopters were called in to make water drops. firefighters also provided structure protection for a number of large homes in that area. the getty center was closed as precaution. the fire has burned 70 acres. no homes have burned. a utility company in new jersey is investigating whether a gas leak is to blame for a powerful explosion that destroyed a home. that explosion happened yesterday afternoon. you can see here, there is not much left, just smoldering debris. no one was inside the house at the time and no one outside the home was hurt. the homeowner says metal piping was removed from the house just days ago, but it's unclear if that has anything to do with the blast. a college student from san jose killed in arizona will be laid to rest today. 21-year-old jordan murphy mahoney was a student at
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university in flagstaff. she was riding her bike there this week and was hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver. the driver has been arrested and charged with manslaughter. the funeral is at 11:00 this morning at holy spirit church in san jose. this morning, authorities are investigating bomb threats at three u.s. college campuses that caused thousands of students to be evacuated. the campuses of the university of texas at austin, north dakota state university, and hiram college in ohio were deemed safe yesterday and students were eventually allowed to return. authorities say the first threat to the university of texas came yesterday morning from a man claiming to belong to al-qaeda. >> some people started panicking and some people were staying calm, but we had to get out of the building. >> the university of texas is defending its decision to wait more than an hour before evacuating, saying they wanted to evaluate that threat first. valparaiso university in independent has increased
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security after a vague threat was found scrawled in graffiti. this morning, we're learning people are returning to dozens of homeless camps cleared out by the city of san jose. earlier this summer, 150 people and 60 tons of trash were removed from 60 different homeless camps in san jose, but neighbors say the homeless are now coming back and the trash is once again piling up near their homes. the city says it plans to conduct more cleanups this year and are going to focus on six of the homeless camps. now, after months of complaints, the city of antioch is starting to crack down on problem homeowners and tenants. code enforcement officers are now checking boarded up homes and apartments to make sure there are not squatters living there. they are also responding to reports of excessive trash and debris at properties and making sure that those properties are safe to live in. homes are deemed uninhabitable if they don't have running water, electricity, or trash service. the oakland police department hopes to add 55 new officers to its force in the coming months. on monday, opd will begin its first police academy in four years.
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staffing is one of the department's biggest problems. the force is at its lowest level right now in more than a decade. the department says it loses four to six officers a month to retirement or jobs in other cities. >> certainly, there was some pressure to really get moving and make this happen and we're just so fortunate that so many people stepped up and really help us and make this a reality. >> the goal is to have three police academy as year, but the city says that has not happened because of budget problems. this new class of 55 recruits came from a pool of more than 2300 people who took a written test in march. starting salary is about $70,000. >> well, new statistics from the oakland police department show that crime is up 12% in the city from a year ago. serious crime is also on the rise. it has risen 17% compared to last year. the air force is conducting around the clock training at travis air force base. it started late last night and will go through next saturday.
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it includes firearm simulators, explosions, and amplified voice commands. most of that activity is going to happen at night. the base plans to open its northgate at 4:00 a.m. until next friday to support that increased traffic during training. sales of bay area homes have surged to levels not seen since before the recession. bay area home sales are at their strongest since 2006. there was a 14% jump in home sales last month compared to august of 2011, and purchase prices were up nearly 11%. some home buyers say the time to buy is now. >> the mortgage rates are incredibly low. we are thinking about expanding our family and there was a house that we just had to jump on. >> it's never a better time to buy if you have the financial resources to put the down payment. that's the key. >> some realtors say because of the low inventory, houses are not lasting long once on the market. well, if you're trying to preorder apple's new iphone 5, expect a delayed delivery time
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of up to two weeks. there have been so many preorders for that phone, delivery times have now stretched from one week to two weeks. the company began taking the orders just after midnight yesterday morning. apple is calling the response incredible. the new iphone 5 unveiled wednesday is thinner, lighter, and faster. well, that news helped apple's stock reach an all-time high. at the close yesterday, it was $691.28, an increase of $8 a share. expect to pay more when you make a purchase on amazon.com. today, the largest online retailer started collecting sales tax in california at 12:01 this morning. the sales tax from amazon is expected to bring in as much as $100,000 for state and local governments in just one year. west nile virus has hit california hard this year. now the marin county vector control district is reaching out to try to help residents understand its response to the problem. the agency is holding mosquito fest 2012 this morning at the district office.
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the event will feature exhibits with live mosquitoes and organizers hope people will walk away with a better understanding of why the district sprays for mosquitoes. vector control is set to fog an area in san jose tonight to try to kill mosquitoes that carry west nile virus. olive the otter gave birth to a new pup. she was spotted by the california department of fish and game yesterday. olive was rescued in early 2009 from a beach near santa cruz. the new addition is welcome news for scientists who say there are only about 2800 sea otters left in the california population. a new poll shows support for a san francisco arena for the golden state warriors, but not necessarily from the people
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living near the proposed site. the warriors want to leave oakland and build a new waterfront arena on piers 30 and 32. a phone survey of 536 san francisco voters found 68% support the new arena. that number actually rises to 80% once the project details are explained. but an online poll from neighborhood groups near that proposed arena found 49% of people oppose that project. well, with fall and winter approaching, some of you may be looking for a warm getaway. the spot in california that's just been declared the hottest place in the world. >> and low clouds and fog, keeping it cool here this morning. coming up, temperature changes you can count on for later on this afternoon and also the oakland a's baseball forecast for this evening.
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♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. two people are safe this morning after getting rescued from a cliff in marin county. a man and woman used a cell phone to call for help yesterday, after they got stuck on a cliff at mcclures beach at point rays. they were approximately 250 feet up the face of the rocky cliff when they were found. as you can see from the video, the sonoma county sheriffs helicopter was called and they used the helicopter to hoist them to safety one at a time. the pair, both from movado, both okay. if you're looking to visit the hottest place in the world, you won't have to travel very far. death valley national park in california is now officially the hottest place on earth. the world meteorological organization panel found the record set back in 1922 in libya
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was not correct. now researchers say the correct spot is actually recorded in 1913 in death valley. the temperature was a little more than 134 degrees. >> oh, just a little bit hot. not too bad. >> a little toasty. 8:24. let's go over to mark tamayo for a look at how the weekend is shaping up for everybody. mark? >> divide that by two, you'll have san francisco's temperature roughly for today, in the 60s. right now though, we do have fog, looking at the oakland camera. expanding in coverage, keeping things on the cool side for this morning. current temperatures are in the low to mid-50s, not moving too much over the past hour or so. san francisco, 52. san jose, upper 50s, around 57. forecast for today for this morning, count on cool temperatures, patchy fog near the coast and near the bay. clearing back to near the shoreline this afternoon. you'll notice temperatures, a big range from the low 60s all the way to the upper 80s to lower 90s. so these numbers, a little
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warmer than yesterday's highs. 91 in livermore. oakland, 73. pacifica in the lower 60s. game 2 of the series later on this evening with the a's and orioles, you can see partly cloudy skies, a bit of a breeze out there and temperatures right around 60. here is a look ahead at your five-day forecast with the weekend always in view. a touch cooler for sunday. holding steady into next week, monday, tuesday and wednesday. finished up a graphic for the dragon boat festival in san francisco and i'll have that in the forecast in a few minutes. 8:26, and one man charged after attempting a drive-through burglary of an apple store in southern california. check out the video. there they go, inside that store in temecula. it's all captured on surveillance video. three men got out of the car and started grabbing items off the display shelves. then they got back in the car and drove away. one man was later arrested, but the others have not yet been found. ending prostitution in oakland, how police say they
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need residents to now start helping them out. >> plus, thousands of volunteers will be out in the bay area today, cleaning up as part of an international effort. we are going to have a live report for you.
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the man believed to be involved with the anti-islam video that has sparked violent unrest is now being questioned by law enforcement in southern california. good morning. welcome bark to mornings on 2. i'm mike me back. >> and i'm claudine wong. nakoula basseley nakoula was escorted out of his home in cerritos early this morning. authorities are looking into whether he violated his probation with his role in producing that video. nakoula is on probation for bank fraud charges and is prohibited from using computers
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or the internet. this morning google says it has no plans to take down the controversial video from youtube, despite a request from the white house. google does say it is sensorring the video in india and indy sunny and has temporarily blocked access in egypt and libya. the white house has asked google to look into whether the video violates the terms of service. google says the video is within its guidelines. the united states military says it is sending in an elite unit of marine special courses and drones to libya to help bring those responsible for killing the four american dip lats to justice. the u.s. has deployed an f.b.i. investigation team that is trying to track al qaeda sympathizers who are thought to have turned the been gaze demonstration violent. officials are also reviewing telephone records and computer traffic. libyan law enforcement agencies say some arrests have already been made. >>this morning, a look at the ruins of the consulate in benghazi, where the four
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american diplomats were killed. found at the scene was a note that shed some light on stevens' mission, and why libya is so important. investigators say it appears ambassador stevens became separated from his guards in the chaos after the attack and died of smoke inhalation. the taliban is claiming responsibility for an attack on a british base in southern afghanistan that killed two u.s. marines. the taliban says the attack is in response to an anti-islamic film that insulted the prophet muhammad. and because prince harry is stationed at that base. the prince was not injured in the attack at camp bastion. the marine identities haven't been released. president obama says those responsible for the deaths of four americans at the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya will be captured and says the attacks on american citizens are not going to be tolerated. >> as we mourn their loss, we must also send a clear and resolute message to the world. those who attack our people will find no escape from justice. we will not waiver in their
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pursuit, and we will never allow anyone to shake the resolve of the united states of america. >> the president made those comments this morning in his weekly address. the president's staff says the events in libya will not affect his vrabel schedule. the president is scheduled to make campaign stops in ohio, new york, and florida this week. republican presidential challenger mitt romney is also expected to continue with his campaign schedule this week. romney is slated to make stops in colorado, california, texas, and florida. at an event in ohio, romney condemned the anti-islam film that has prompted protests around the world, but said a lack of leadership from the president is also to blame. oakland city leaders are now soliciting the help of the neighborhood to clean up a prostitution hot spot. they're doing it by using so- called dear john letters. authorities are having residents take down license plates of drivers possibly soliciting sex and give them to police. officers then send letters of warning to the address of the registered car owner, warning them to stay away. police say they are targeting
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several blocks along international boulevard near 17th street. >> i think they need to be doing more, because this is -- there's just too many of them out here. little girls, grown women. >> and for the young girls out there, they need some help, you know. >> it's true. >> oakland police say they've already sent more than 10 letters. san francisco police are investigating a homicide in the bay view district earlier this morning. police say they responded to a report of a shooting just after 1:30 at ociola lane and lasalle avenue. no information has been relesioned on the victim or possible suspects. highway 1 in san mateo county is back open after a fatal crash shut part of it down for several hours. that crash was reported just before 11:30 last night and investigators are trying to figure out what caused it. dozens gathered to remember and celebrate the life of a store clerk shot inside a sven. muhammad reza was 67 years old.
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working the graveyard shift when armed robbers came and n. and killed him last weekend. the community gathered last night to remember his ready smile and easy manner, and to send a message that this is not acceptable in their neighborhood. >> that could easily have been my own father. and to see the community come together like. >> it just angering me this crap goes on in the community. one is too many. we need to stop the violence and keep this out of melpedis. >> police are still searching for the gunman. neighbors are urging anyone with information to talk to police. sven is offering a -- 7-eleven is offering a $10,000 reward leading to an arrest and conviction. a faculty member at the naval post graduate school in monterey is under arrest in connection with the death of his estranged wife 69-year-old lawrence jones was arrested in los angeles this week after determining his wife died in their home. the body of his 29-year-old wife was found by a hiker last friday near gilroy. police are treating her death as a homicide.
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a san francisco firefighter who is battling cancer and the city about her sick leave says she has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support since she went public with her story. jeanette rivera says she applied for benefits under the city's catastrophic illness program after she used up all of her sick leave. that would have allowed her coworkers to transfer their sick leave time to her. but the city's public health department turned down the request, saying her current condition is not life threatening. >> it's gone viral, even across the country. east coast firefighters. people have gotten wind of the situation and they want to be helpful, and want to be supportive. >> rivera's story quickly spread on breast cancer blogs and twitter. she says she intends to appeal the health department's decision, even as she preparing to undergo a double mastectomy in about two weeks. a $5 million solid gold jewel-encrusted maltese eagle is on display at john's grill
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in san francisco. it arrived yesterday under armed police guard. the eagle is displayed next to a replica of the maltese falcon statue seen in the movie of the same name. you can see it at john's grill from 2 until 5:00 today and 3:30 to 4:30 tomorrow. the owner of if statue plans to sell it and donate $1 million to breast cancer charities. you definitely want to bundle up this morning. this is the live camera looking out towards san francisco bay. you'll notice the overcast, the fog expanding in coverage. way out in the distance you can see a hint of some sunshine out there. as far as the overcast, right now you can see the current pattern covering the north bay down towards san francisco. oakland, hayward, freemont, even san jose reporting partly to mostly cloudy skies. talk about the cool numbers out there, you can see the low to mid 50s. santa rosa, 51 degrees, oakland 55 and san jose in the upper 50s at 57.
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call it warm today. today one of the warmest days of the weekend. there is a weather system to the north. this will drop in and shave off a few degrees. not a big deal but a few degrees cooler for the second half of the weekend. no major heat in the forecast. for the dragon boat festival, the races in san francisco towards treasure island, here is the forecast. the overcast this morning, skies becoming partly sunny and breezy into the afternoon hours. temperatures on track to reach the mid 60s between 3 and 4:00. our forecast highs this afternoon, santa rosa, 82 degrees. napa, right around 83. fairfield in the upper 80s, right around 88. oakland we have the clouds this morning clearing out between 11 and 12:00 later on today. and head over the hills to find upper 80s to lower 90s towards antioc and brentwood. san jose 81, milpedes around 80 degrees. increases in sunshine, and some patchy fog for the shore line. with that temperatures only in the low to mid 60s.
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your five-day forecast with the weekend always in view. just a little bit cooler for your sunday. the warmest locations mainly in the upper 80s. looking ahead for monday, tuesday and wednesday, no major changes. we'll have the patchy fog in the morning and clearing out into the afternoon hours and temperatures steady in the low to mid 80s. coming up in a few minutes, we'll look at the one part of the state that will be under a red flag warning this afternoon. chicago's teacher strike continues, but kids could be back in class on monday. the progress made in the past day. >> a live look outside. the this is traffic on highway 4 in bay point. highway patrol not reporting any major accidents on bay area roadways. it's 8:38. this is mornings on 2. >> closed captioning brought to you by ram trucks. guts, glory, ram.
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identity. newark police are investigating two bodies found inside a motel. one body is a 17-year-old girl who was a run away from pleasanton. a maid made the discovery at the ez 8 motel on cedar court yesterday. police say the second body is a 24-year-old man, possibly the girl's boyfriend. police say both suffered gun shot wounds and they are investigating this case as either a murder/suicide or a possible double suicide. the trial for a vacaville teenager accused of stabbing a 13-year-old girl several times two years ago is scheduled to begin on monday. alexander cervantes who was 14 at the time allegedly broke into the girl's home in december, 2010. police say the girl was sleeping with her baby brother when both were stabbed several times. the girl was able to escape with her brother, while cervantes was sleeping. a california man is under arrest after he allegedly threatened his roommate with a running chainsaw. gary hayes said he had just finished talking with his 63- year-old roommate, marvin daniels, and then says minutes
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later, daniels was chasing him with a revved up chainsaw. hayes said his roommate tried to get him through his bedroom window and then came in the house and chased him out. hayes got out through the front door and then called 911. >> it took a couple minutes, the kind of crap you see on t.v., not up here in auburn. >> fortunately hayes wasn't hurt and he believes the suspect has a mental illness and has not been taking his medication. daniels is now being held on multiple charges. cornell university has cut ties to adidas after hearing about the sports wear giant's questionable treatment of factory workers oversees. the president of cornell said yesterday the ivy league school has great concern about reports that nearly 3000 workers were left without $3 million in severance pay when an indy negs factory that produces some adidas items closed last year. chicago's week long teachers strike is headed towards a resolution. >> i am pleased to tell you
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that we have in place frameworks around all of the major issues that should allow us to conclude this process. >> it looks like something we can figure out a way to work out as long as we have the language to support it. >> oh, no. >> they won't say much about the final agreement but they are expected to spend this weekend iring out the details. union delegates are expected to vote tomorrow on whether to call off that strike and go back to class monday. well, wisconsin judge strikes down nearly all of the state's controversial collective bargaining law, saying the law is unconstitutional. public workers elated by that decision. governor scott walker signed that law restricting collective bargaining back in march of 2011, and his administration is promising to appeal that dane county judge's ruling. supporters of the legislation say it was done to balance the budget and say there is going to be a gap in the budget if that ruling isn't overturned. well, happening now,
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thousands of volunteers are fanning out across the bay area as part of an annual coastal cleanup effort. a large turnout is expected at rider park in san mateo. alex savage is there to check it out and he has a look at the work being done. >> reporter: well, good morning. we're in ryder park in san mateo. this is bay front cleanup day. huge event for this city and things are well under way. look off over that way, in that direction you can see folks are out there. on the rocks there collecting trash and trying to make the bay look that much more beautiful. this event they are expect about 1000 people here. later on today, all these volunteers coming out to collect trash and litter and recyclables. roxanne murray is with the city's public works department. >> hey. >> what do you expect today? >> we're expecting again 1000 volunteers. we are cleaning up san mateo creek, san mateo lagoon, and our shore lines. all along ryder park. >> ditz amaze you ever the stuff that's found?
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check this out here. this is some of the stuff that already, just this morning, has already been found in our bay. >> and this is an early start to the morning. generally this whole area by the end of the day will be completely filled with some pretty unusual finds. we found a robot one year. found a canoe covered in barnacles. it's amazing. a vacuum cleaner filled with fish. we got the fish out back into the water. pretty unique things you find. >> do you feel like you can make an impact? one day. >> one day makes an impact. last year we collected 8000 pounds of recycling and 5 tons of garbage. these two dumpsters will be filled and also during the rest of the day we'll be going along the shore line picking up heavy stuff that couldn't be brought over by hand. the good news is we've picked up less last year than the year before and less than the year before that. each year we are finding less and less. that is a good thing but we find more than we want to. >> i know this year also you're trying to make this event even more green. obviously trying to clean the bay up but you're making the event more green by asking people to bring their own
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materials, their own cleaning supplies. >> we have been collecting over -- we have 500 buckets we're asking people to use the buckets versus plastic bags. we ask people to use reusable gloves instead of disposable gloves, although we're supplying both. >> so it certainly is a lot of work. but also a lot of fun. and that's why you have a huge crowd out here. you're expecting about 1000 people out here? this is ryder park in san mateo. >> and also we want to make sure people know afterwards we thank our volunteers with a zero waste lunch. we have lunch for 1000 people and less than one sand wish bag of garbage for the whole event >> thing goes on until noon in ride e. park. i'll bring you more reports later on. >> and thank mo's and whole foods for making this possible. >> back to the studio. >> thanks, alex. there are several coastal cleanup events around the bay area today. volunteers in san francisco will paint over grafitti, take care of trees and pickup trash in the sunset neighborhood at 9
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a.m. it kicks off. in 13 minutes it gets under way at abraham high school on 24th avenue. and richmond volunteers can meet at friendship park at 9 a.m. to clean up that shore line. free lunch there also served. in san jose save the bay is hosting a cleanup event at the guadalupe river trail at 9 a.m. the exciting first day of school ended with a frightening experience for one oregon kinder gardener. the school sent the five-year- old to a daycare rather than on the bus home like his mom told them to. and when it came time to go home the teachers at morningside elementary insisted taylor get in the car with an employee of adventure daycare. >> i didn't know who -- who she was, and -- and i didn't know the car, and i was crying for -- for my mom. i thought my mom didn't know where i was. >> his mother, wendy home was terrified when her son did not come home. she called the school and soon
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figured out they had accidentally sent the boy to the wrong place. the administrators issued an apology, saying it would not happen again. well, flu season is officially under way. and even though most cases don't pop up until next month, doctors say right now is a good time to get your vaccination. as usual doctors are encouraging children, seniors and those with health conditions to get the shot. the past two flew seasons have been relatively mild which has many health officials concerned people aren't going to get their shots. this year's vaccine protects against all three flu strains. the that pa county health department will -- the napa county health department will offer free flu shots to anyone three and older. the clinics are set to begin wednesday and run through november. contact the napa valley health department for information or contact your county health department for more information. more money is coming to california to help get dee sell buses off the -- diesel buses off the street. the obama administration is handing out more than $8 million in grants to transit agencies across the state, 4 .3
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is headed to the metropolitan agency in san francisco. if obama administration wants to get rid of old buses and replace them with new compressed natural gas buss that are more efficient. well, police officers and firefighters are going to face off today in alameda county, but it is all for a good cause. the san leandro police and alameda county fire departments are participating in a charity softball game called guns and hoses. the money raised benefits the george mark children's house and the american cancer society. that game is at 3 this afternoon at dasher park in san leandro. tickets are $10 and that includes a barbecue lunch and drinks. the royal family is threatening legal action against a french magazine and its all because of topless photos of the dutchess of cambridge. now news this morning that other magazines plan to public the pictures. cloudy and cool this morning the bay area. when the fog clears out the
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much of the royal family's dismay and in the wake of potential legal action, an italian gossip magazine plans to publish topless photos of the duchess of cambridge kate middleton. the magazine says it will have a 26-page spread on monday. the topless pictures were taken while kate and william were at a private estate in southern france last month. the popular french magazine hit
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news stands yesterday with the photos, and today, an irish magazine followed with a two- page spread of those same pictures. changes are coming to disney world in orlando, florida. for the first time in history beer and wine will be offered at the park. it will be served at the new be our guest french themed restaurant in the new fantasy land. the beer and the wine will only be available during dinner. and reservations are already being tab, even though that restaurant doesn't open until november 19th. the new fantasy land opens december 6th, and it's the largest expansion in that park's history. back here if california, disneyland is donating a piece of its matter horn ride to preserve its history. the national roller coaster museum has accepted two vehicles from the ride. disney recently completed a major renovation of the matterhorn and got new cars in june. the previous ones had been used since 1978. a sign from california screaming and disneyland's california adventure park was also donated.
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the pleasanton harvest festival is celebrating 40 years. the event kicked off yesterday and will run through tomorrow. it started as a small community marketplace in san francisco, where artists gathered to sell products. now 8 shows are held in california, arizona, and nevada. money raised from this year's event will go to the oakley raiders, a youth sports organization. the show is also supporting the alameda county food bank. unique boats will be in the san francisco bay this morning. it's part of the 17th annual kaiser permanente international boat festival. organizers say it's the large northwest the united states with 120 teams and 3500 paddlers. besides boat racing, the event features cultural performances, and activities for the entire family. the event runs until 5:00 tonight. it will pick up again tomorrow morning. a lot going on in the bay area this weekend, and you can check out a list of the events on the weekend extra tab at ktvu.com. >> my brother competed in that
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dragon boat race one year. >> he did? >> i went to treasure island and watched him. it was a lot of fun. >> how did he finish? >> did well. got a medal. so he did well. and mark, the weather looks beautiful to be out on the water, watching those races, just being out on the ballet? >> right. just bundle up if you're heading out there especially the morning hours. it will begin to warm up a little bit as you would expect the afternoon. also a bit of a chop out there as well. the wind picks up more white caps in the bay waters. right now we have some haze out there looking towards oakland and also mostly cloudy skies. the fog has been expanding in coverage. we have our first signs the visual satellite showing you this and some of the overcast. cool conditions right around treasure island. you'll notice the fog blanketing san francisco. also out towards oakland, berkeley, richmond, right around sausalito, also. mostly clear skies inland but a bit of a breeze around fairfield. winds right around 22 miles an hour. current temperatures are in the 50s. not much of a change over the past hour or so. as far as the forecast for
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today, here it is with the clouds this morning, clearing back to near the shore line into the afternoon hours. we will keep it cool for the beaches, but as you head inland, the warmest locations on track to reach the 90 degree mark. a fire warning in place for the northeastern portions of the state. that begins at 2:00 this afternoon. that will be a concern later on today with an increase in the winds. forecast highs this afternoon, cool temperatures for the beaches, warmest locations inland. upper 80s to lower 90s. cooler for your sunday and then some more cooling, just subtle changes for monday and tuesday of next week. the oakland a's are playing a key series against the baltimore orioles at home this weekend, and they started it off with a victory in front of a sell-out crowd at the coliseum. orioles up 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth but not anymore. two-run shot to left over the lucas oil's sign. a's up 3-2 and avery tries to sneak second but derek norris gunning him down. crowd goes nuts. forget the wild card. oakland wants the west.
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they're three games back. game 2 against the o's 6:05 tonight. giants in the desert take on the d-backs. houston iii, not anymore as well. hunter pence slaps one deep in left center. d-backs with the bases loaded in the 6th. different outcome. sandoval snags the line drive off the bat of chris young saving some runs. giants win 6-2. dodgers also won. giants a seven and a half game lead in the west. the n.h.l. is hours away from its second lockout in 8 years. more on the demand by players to the owners and why they're failing to find common ground. >> plus, if you are looking for a job, head down to greater in. how you can -- great america. how you can get paid to be a part of their upcoming event.
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we're coming up on 50 employees and delivering to thousands of companies every week. i would definitely say this is a fruitful business. you don't have anything to say about all that's going on around the world? >> a southern california film maker taken to be interviewed by federal authorities overnight. more on the fire storm the film has ignited. >> and a tragic accident claims the life of an eight-year-old boy from san jose. what happened moments before he was hit by that truck. >> and volunteers have started cleaning up bay area water wais as part of beach cleanup day across southern california. some items they have already
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pulled out of the water. good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday, september 15th. i'm mike me back. >> and i'm claudine wong. mark tam ohio ayo in for rosemary. he says bundle up. >> usually the patterns for the forecast today, no changes. cool near the coast and right around the bay and a few patches inland. the plan for today with your forecast this morning, areas of fog for the coast and right around the bay side locations. clearing back to near the shore line. a big temperature range to talk about this afternoon. we'll do just that with the forecast high in your neighborhood and also the changes coming up the second half of the weekend. and happening right now, efforts are under way to clean up the coast. it's part of a statewide effort. and ktvu reporter alex savage is live in san mateo with more on how people plan to help. last time we checked in with you saw a tire and a couple of
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other things people have pulled out of that water. what vegetables they got? >> we'll show you the other stuff. check this out claudine. they pulled a bone out of the water, and then i guess this is some sort of a costume, i guess is what we're thinking. maybe a halloween costume. then too you see this mattress pulled out a short time ago. what they do here is something called the catch of the day. they will award a prize later on today for the most unusual item pulled out of the water. we're at rider park in san mateo for beach cleanup day. part of the coastal cleanup day across southern california. a huge crowd of people out here today. they are expecting about 1000 people to come out here, pull trash and it willer and recyclables out of the bay and make it look that much more beautiful. aaron here, you brought down a whole crew from st. matthew's catholic? >> here in san mateo. >> brought a whole bunch of kids down. why do you have them come down here? what do you tell them about how important this is? >> the school likes them to be focused on the community and giving back. this is just one simple way to be aware of your environment
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and how you're recycling and also take care of the places you like to play. we like to have a hands on experience. it's a great way for them to come out and learn how they can get involved. >> and they really do enjoy it. you would think it's work, right? >> right. >> they don't want to cleanup at home but they'll come down here. >> they certainly will. it's great. the vendors are out making it a special day and they're having fun. >> thank you very much, erin. i appreciate that and appreciate the work the kids are doing. again they're expecting a big crowd out here. assembly man jerry hill, we saw him a short time ago make his way to the roxy. he will be cleaning up here. this is all organized by the city of san mateo's public works department. it's one of the largest events in the bay area they say. but of course california coastal cleanup day happening all across the state, cleaning up the water ways, the beaches and all of the important areas along our water fronts here in the bay area. this event here, ryder park in san mateo and it will be going until noon today. and they would like anyone who would like to to come out and
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volunteer. live this morning in san mateo, alex savage. ktvu channel 2 news. in overnight news, a fiery crash on interstate 80 forced several lanes to be shut down. it happened before 4:00 near the willow an offramp. a cash crashed into another vehicle that was already stopped causing it to burst into flames. the driver of the burning car got away but was later taken into custody. the five passengers of the speeding car was taken to the hospital. investigation is under way in san jose this morning after a truck driver hit and killed an eight-year-old boy on a small motorized bike. the accident happened just before 8:00 last night on farm drive. police say the eight-year-old went into the road in front of the truck. the child was not wearing a helmet. police say the truck driver is cooperating with investigators. we're following developing news from southern california. the film maker linked to an internet movie that has sparked
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violent protests in the arab world is being questioned by law enforcement. >> nothing to say at all? >> do you have any regret? about producing the film? anything to say about what's -- >> as you can see he didn't make any comment as he walked into that los angeles county sheriff's department vehicle. nakoula basseley nakoula was not arrested. police say he actually went in for questioning volume tearily. authority -- voluntarily. authorities are looking into whether his role in producing the video may have violated his terms of probation on bank fraud charges. his attorney is asking for privacy. >> they are keeping his young children prisoners in their own home because they're afraid to come out. if you'd disperse and let them get out to do what they need to do we'd appreciate it. when we know more about what we're going to do in this matter, we'll advise you. >> four americans died in an attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya shortly after the video was mosted, including ambassador chris stevens. the united states military says it is sending an elite unit of marine special courses
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and drones to libya to help bring those responsible for killing four americans to justice. the u.s. has deployed an f.b.i. investigation team trying to track al qaeda sympathizers who are thought to have turned the benghazi demonstration violent. officials are also reviewing telephone records and computer traffic. libyan law enforcement agencies say some arrests have already been made. president barack obama continues to speak out about the attacks in libya. at 9:15, hear what he had to say in his weekly address about the men killed in the attack. eight people were arrested and six officers injured in protests against the anti- muslim film in sidney, australia. [ crowd screaming ] >> witnesses say up to 500 people marched through the streets before getting into a confrontation with police in front of the u.s. consulate. police used pepper spray and tear gas to break up that protest. two people died and at least 40 were injured when protesters stormed the compound housing the u.s. embassy in tunisia. protestors looted and burned
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buildings and put up an islamic flag. the embassy was not staffed at the time of the attack. anti-american protests have now spread to about 20 countries from the middle east to north africa, all the way to australia. here is a look at a map where demonstrations have taken place. the state department says 65 embassies or consulates around the world have issued emergency messages about the violence and they are cutting back on diplomatic activity. this morning, a shaman in peru and two other men are facing charges in the death of a bay area teen. ingor goswell says her 18-year- old son kyle noel 11 went on a spiritual retreat in peru's jungle reason last month. when he didn't come home she traveled to the remote region to find him. police found the investigation and found nolan's body in a grave at the spiritual center. they say the shamen questioned to burying noel 11. they say he died after drinking
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a tee made from hallucinogenic plants. tomorrow marks the six month anniversary of the disappearance of sierra lamar. volunteers will once again search for the 15-year-old. earlier this week organizers said they're spending their regular mid week searches so they can focus more on the search efforts saturday. also today a fund-raiser will be held for the sierra lamar fund during the hot cars and guitar tour. it's in holster from 9 to 6, and home there will be a balloon release to mark six months since sierra was last seen alive. today parents plan to help cleanup the damage left from a fire that burned part of the men although park school. an early morning fire on thursday destroyed a portable building at beach wood elementary that contained an office and third grade classroom. we've also learned due to a loophole in the law the fire burned for hours before firefighters were actually called in. understate law, portable classrooms are only required to have fire alarms that are
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activated manually. school officials say they are looking into installing an electronic alarm that can notify firefighters of a fire, even when no one is on school property. travelers flying in and out of san francisco international this weekend will likely face delays because of a runway closure. one of two main runways is shut down for safety improvements, and that could mean delays of up to an hour. the work is expected to last through 8 a.m. monday, but that won't be the end of it. there are more closures planned for the next two weekends. and a lot of events happening this weekend. one of those happening right here is the dragon boat festival. the race is shaping up, starting off this morning, and you can pick out if you are heading to the bay any time soon, bundle up. with the fog out there and temperatures on the cool side. here is the forecast for today throughout the day. for treasure island, you'll notice as you come in, a nicer perspective here. at 9:00 this morning, basically now, mid 50s. by 12:00 only back up to 60
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degrees. skies will be partly sunny by 4:00, 65. i talked about the fog, here you can get the latest coverage with the clouds off shore, hugging the coast, and even moving back into the bay. and even a few patches inland if you can see towards concord and livermore reporting partly sunny skies. current numbers are in the 50s, but a few neighborhoods are already sneaking back up to the 60s. antioc reporting mostly sunny conditions, 63. san francisco, 53, and san jose at the airport in the upper 50s. for today at the coast, some patchy fog this morning at 10:00, and then skies becoming partly sunny into the afternoon hours. right around the bay, patchy fog at 10:00, we just showed you that with the live camera. and then into the afternoon hours, mostly sunny skies but as we go right into the afternoon, you will notice an increase in the wind speed. a bit of a chop on the bay waters this afternoon. not too much wind now but winds approaching 20 miles an hour. multi clear skies inland at 10:00 this morning. maybe a patch or two of fog out there and then by 3:00, sunny
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skies and the readings on the warm side, upper 80s, to right around 90. the forecast highs this afternoon, a little bit warmer compared to yesterday's ayes. santa rosa, 82 degrees, and napa right around 83. fairfield, 88, and these numbers, we'll cool things off a little bit for the second half of the weekend. today will be the warmest day of this weekend. oakland tops out 73. lower 90s towards antioc and brentwood. san jose, some fog this morning, hazy sunshine this afternoon, 81. these temperatures will check in right about 3:00 later on today. san francisco, 68 degrees, and if you are heading to the coast for today, definitely bundle up. especially for this morning. not too much of a temperature boost this afternoon. the readings in the upper 50s to lower 60s. here is a look ahead, your five- day forecast with your weekend always in view. and temperatures cool off a little bit for sunday. so for the second half of the weekend, we shave off a few degrees and just very minor weather changes from monday, tuesday, wednesday, clearing skies, coastal spots in the 60s, inland neighborhoods into
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the low to mid 80s. in a few minutes we'll look at the a's baseball forecast game to the series later on this evening. a wildfire continues to burn near the games getty center in los angeles. new information just in this morning and the battle crews face as they head to the front line. >> plus the n.h.l. just hours away from a second lock out in eight years. more on the deemed by players and owners and why they are failing to find common ground. >> first, we'll go outside. there is a 680 and walnut creek. things looking down there but we have a big alert to tell you about in san francisco. northbound 280, just north of geneva. this call first came in as a lawn mower in the road and later you had four to five vehicles in an accident, and two -- four lanes, actually, number 3 and 4 lanes, blocked. so an alert is called. watch out for that if you're headed in that area. it's 9:12, this is mornings on 2. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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good saturday morning. time now 9:50, and looking out towards the south bay in san jose, we have been talking about the clouds. they're lifting right now, a forecast high right around 80 this afternoon. and we have an update on the wildfire burning near the famous getty center in los angeles county. firefighters say they will not have the flames under control until tomorrow.
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they had previously said they thought it might be this morning. but that's because they are dealing with a very high temperatures and low humidity there. the getty center is closed as a precaution and firefighters are providing protection for a number of homes in that area. the fire has burned 90 acres, but so far it has fortunately not caused any structural damage. the taliban is claiming responsibility for an attack on a british base in southern afghanistan that killed two u.s. marines. the taliban says the attack is in response to the anti-islamic film that's responsing unrest across the middle east. and also because prince harry is stationed at the base. the prince was not injured in the attack at camp bastion. the identities of the marines haven't been released. 18 army reserve soldiers have returned home to the bay area after a year-long deployment in afghanistan. [ cheers ] >> members of the 445 civil affairs battalion arrived at san jose's airport yesterday afternoon.
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the soldiers then headed to a special welcome home ceremony at the army reserve center in mountain view, where they were reunited with family. the soldiers spent a year doing reconstruction projects in afghanistan. in election news 2012, president barack obama is getting ready to campaign more later this week, but right now he is putting his focus on four americans killed at the u.s. consulate in libya. >> as we mourn their loss, we must also send a clear and resolute message to the world. those who attack our people will find no escape from justice. we will not waiver in their pursuit, and we will never allow anyone to shake the resolve of the united states of america. >> well, the president made those comments this morning in his weekly address. the president's staff says the events in labia aren't going affect his -- in libya aren't going to affect his travel schedule. republican presidential challenger mitt romney is also expected to continue with his campaign schedule this week. romney is scheduled to make stops in colorado, california,
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texas, and florida. at an event in ohio, romney condemned the anti-islam film that has prompted protests around the world but said a lack of leadership from the president is also to blame. well, a new poll finds strong support for campaign spending limits. more than 8 in 10 americans in the new poll from the a.p. and the national constitutional center support limits on the amount of money groups can give to influence elections. a 2010 supreme court decision removed limits on independent campaign spending by businesses and labor unions. the supreme court found campaign spending to be constitutionally protected as a form of political speech. well, expect to pay a little more to make a purchase on amazon.com today. the nation's largest online retailer started collecting sales tax in california at 12:01 this morning. the sales tax from amazon is expected to generate as much as $100 million for state and local governments in just one year. the n.h.l. is just hours away from its second lockout in years.
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so far owners and players have failed to find common ground for a new labor deal. the contract actually expired just about 20 minutes ago. and many fans are wondering what that means for the upcoming hockey season. the last lockout was during the 2004, 2005 season, when the entire season was cancelled and players lost a year of pay. they would also make the n.h.l.'s fourth work stoppage since 1992. a new poll shows support for a san francisco arena for the golden state warriors, but not necessarily from people who live near the proposed site. the warriors hope to move from oakland and build a water front arena on piers 30 and 32. a phone survey of 556 san francisco voters shows 68% support for a new arena. it rises to 80% once the project details are explained. but an online poll from neighborhood groups near the proposed arena found 49% of people were actually opposed to the project. it's 9:19. the west nile virus continues
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to hit this state hard. how you can learn more about the virus today and ways to protect yourself. >> and the clouds we haven't talked about this morning beginning to lift. coming up the temperature range that will stretch to nearly 30 degrees this afternoon and a few changes developing for the second half of the week.
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well, if you're looking to visit the hottest place in the world, you won't have to travel very far. death valley national park in california is officially the hottest place on earth. the world meter logical organization panel found that the record set in 1922 in libya was not correct. and now researchers say the correct spot was actually recorded in 1913, in death valley. the temperature was a little more than 134 degrees. >> if you ever wanted to visit iceland you might be able to do it for free. iceland is trying to draw in more first-time visitors during the off season.
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and iceland air is allowing stop-overs of up to seven nights at no additional charge on flights between the united states and more than 20 europe destinations the air force is conducting around the clock training at travis air force base. it started late last night and will go through next saturday. it includes firearms simulators, explosions and amplified voice commands and most of that activity is going to happen at night. the base plans to open its north gate at 4 a.m. until next friday to support increased traffic during training. west nile virus has hit california hard this year, and now the marin county control district is reaching out to try to help residents understand its response to the problem. the agency is holding mosquito fest 2012 this morning at the district office. the event will feature exhibits with live mosquitoes and other bugs. organizers are hoping people will walk away with a better understanding of why the district sprays for mosquitoes. vector control is set to fog an area in san jose tonight, to
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combat the mosquitoes that carry west nile virus. that area is roughly bordered by blossom hill road, loma prieto drive, cobble road and curry drive. the fogging comes after mosquitoes carrying the virus were confirmed to be in the area. it's scheduled to start at 11 p.m. so far in california, there have been more than 90 reported cases of the west nile virus in 18 counties. five of those cases have turned deadly. contracosta county officials announced the first bay area case earlier this week and a second case yesterday. officials say this is the worst west nile season nationwide in more than a decade. san francisco city officials are celebrating the opening of a new playground in the mission neighborhood today. that playground at 19th street and valencia and guerrero is reopening after a 7.5 million dollar renovation. the new playground has new play equipment, a new synthetic turf play field and tennis and basketball courts. are you looking for a job?
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you could have a chance to work at great america for the upcoming halloween haunt season. from 10 this morning until 4:00 this afternoon a job fair is being held at great america at the human resources office located on agdon road. they are looking for people to be monsters or other characters but you must be at least 18 years old or older to apply. the town of clayton will officially greet their latest olympians with a warm welcome, and special access to the city. residents will gather for a sell braer to parade honoring bronze medal olympians christian ipson and kara colver. they will also receive something no other clayton resident has been given. and that is a key to the city. kohler won the bronze in a rowing event and ipson in synchronized diving. the parade starts today at 5 p.m. lots of outside activities today. it is 9:20. let's head to mark to see when things might warm up for folks. it's kind of a bring a jacket morning.
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>> yeah. a lot of observations, people just saying it's cold. >> stop saying it's going to be warm. i'm freezing right now. >> yeah. it's cold out there. bundle up right now. in the afternoon -- as mom always say, my mom still says it, dress in layers. >> listen to mom. >> exactly. never doubt mom. more sunshine in the forecast this afternoon. in the inland valleys we have some clear skies. trace amounts of fog in these areas. as far as the current overcast pattern, there you can see some overcast hugging the coastline. also right around san francisco, oakland, richmond, hayward and freemont. i have been watching cameras and the cloud deck has been lifting a little bit over the past hour or so. current numbers, we're showing you the cold readings. napa right now, 52, san francisco, 53 and san jose in the upper 50s, right around 58. forecasts, we aren't even basically mentioning this morning, areas of fog, temperatures in the 50s to right around 60 degrees. into the afternoon hours, clearing back to near the shore line. a big temperature range with still patchy fog for the beaches. oakland tops out 73. san jose 81, and some 90s
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towards antioc and livermore. these numbers a little warmer compared to yesterday's highs. a's game 2 of the series for tonight and you'll notice this: partly cloudy skies, wind speeds pick up around 10 to 20 miles an hour, and first pitch temperature right around 60 degrees. looking ahead the five-day forecast, with your weekend always in view, a little cooler for your sunday. looks like a nice pattern with just minor cooling for monday and tuesday of next week. another weather check in a few minutes. >> thanks, mark. bringing clean energy to the bay area, how a grant by the obama administration is helping to get older buses off the streets. >> if you have anything to say about all the turmoil your film is causing? anything to say at all? a southern california film maker has been interviewed by federal authorities. morton fire storm his film has ignited among the muslim community.
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this morning a family mourning the loss of their eight-year-old son. the answers police are hoping to find surrounding this case. good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. it's saturday, september 15th. i'm mike me back. >> and i'm claudine wong. that story in a minute. breaking news out of san francisco first. let's go to the 280. that's what we want to talk about at geneva. there is a map to show you where this is happening. three of four lanes are blocked right now because of an accident, and drivers should expect delays. originally there was a call
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about a lawn mower in the road and a short time later four vehicles involved in an accident. the c.h.p. saying those are separate incidents but there is a big problem out there and they are trying to clear that up. we will follow this for you and bring you more information as we get it. it's 9:30 and here is a look at the top stories this morning. an investigation is under way in san jose after an 8-year-old boy was hit while riding his small motorized bike. the accident happened just before 8:00 last night on farm drive. police say the eight-year-old went right into the street in front of the truck. the child was not wearing a helmet. police say the driver of that truck is cooperating with investigators. a big mess on interstate 80 near hercules this morning after a fiery car crash shut down lanes. it's happened before 4:00 this morning near the willow avenue off ramp. highway patrol say oscar crashed into a stop vehicle causing it to burst into flames. the film maker allegedly linked to an internet movie
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that has sparked violent protests in the arab world is questioned this morning by law enforcement. the los angeles county sheriff's department says the man went in for questioning voluntarily. authorities are looking into whether his goal in producing the video may have violated the terms of his probation. president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton honored the four americans killed in libya yesterday, during a somber ceremony marking the transfer of remains. [ music ] >> the president met privately with the families of those killed, and said their sacrifice will never be forgotten. secretary of state hillary clinton also remembered bay area native chris stevens. she says she asked stevens to serve as ambassador to libya because she knew the u.s. needed a strong leader to engage with the revolutionaries who overthrew moammar gadhafi. >> he was known not only for his courage, but for his smile. goofy but contagious.
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for his sense of fun, and that california cool. [ music ] >> stevens is a graduate of peidmont high school, u.c. berkeley and u.c. hastings college of law. >>this morning we're going to look at the ruins of that consulate in benghazi, libya, where ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed. you can see the ash and soot and debris inside there, and a note that reads libya is so important was also found. investigators say it appears stevens became separated from his guards in the chaos of the attack and died of smoke inhalation. in overnight news, san francisco police are investigating a homicide. it happened in the bay view district early this morning. officers say they responded to a report of a shooting just after 1:30 on ociola lane and lasalle avenue. police haven't released details on the victim or gunman. highway one in san mateo county is open this morning after a natal crash shut part of it down.
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it was reported just before 11:30 last night. no word on a cause. a college student from san jose killed in arizona will be laid to rest. 21-year-old jordan murphy mahoney was a student at northern arizona university in flagstaff. police say he was riding her bike they will last sunday when she was hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver. that driver has been arrested, and charged with manslaughter. mahoney's funeral is at 11:00 this morning at holy spirit church in san jose. police are investigating two bodies found inside a motel. one has been identified as a 17- year-old girl who was a run away from pleasanton. a 45áeud made the discovery at the ez 8 hotel on cedar court yesterday. police say the second body is that of a 24-year-old man, possibly the girl's boyfriend. police say both suffered gun shot wounds and they are investigating this case as either a murder/suicide or a possible double suicide. police say a body found ott a saratoga springs campground is a man in his early 40s.
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campers discovered that body last night around seven p.m. at a campsite on big basin way which is in unincorporated santa clara county. investigators haven't yet determined the cause of death and his identity has not been released. faculty member at the naval post graduate school in monterey is now under arrest in connection with the death of his estranged wife. 69-year-old lawrence jones was arrested in los angeles this week. the body of his 29-year-old wife was found by a hiker in san bernadino county last friday. police are treating her death as a homicide. dozens gathered to remember and celebrate the life of a store clerk shot inside a mill pedes 7-eleven. muhammad reza sadeghza was working the grave yard shift when armed robbers killed him last month. the community gathered to remember his ready smile and easy manner and to send a message that this is not acceptable in their neighborhood. >> it could easily have been my own father.
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and to see the community come together like that. >> it just angers me that this kind of crap goes on in the community. one is too many. we need to stop the violence and keep this out of milpitas. police are still searching for the gunman. 7-eleven is offering a $10,000 reward leading to an arrest and conviction. oakland city leaders are soliciting the help of the neighborhood to clean up a prostitution hot spot. they are doing so by using a so- called dear john letter. authorities are having residents take down license plate numbers of drivers possibly soliciting sex, and will give those numbers to police. officers then send the letters of warning to the address of the registered car owner, warning them to stay away. police say they are targeting several blocks along international boulevard in 17th street. >> i think they need to be doing more, because this is -- this is too many of them out here. little girls, grown women. >> and for the young girls out there, they need some help.
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>> oakland police say they have already sent out 10 letters. a san francisco firefighter who is fighting with the city over sick leave says she has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support since her story went public. jeanette rivera says she applied for benefits under the city's catastrophic illness program after she used up her sick leave. that would have allowed her coworkers to transfer their sick leave time to her. but the city's public health department turned down the request, saying her current condition is not life threatening. >> it's gone viral, all across the country, east coast firefighters, people have gotten wind of the situation, and they want to be helpful and want to be supportive. >> her story quickly spread on breast cancer blogs and on twitter. rivera says she intends to appeal the health department's decision even as she prepares to undergo a double mastectomy in less than two weeks. one man has been charged for a drive through burglary of an apple store in southern california. and you can watch it all happen
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on surveillance video. there it goes. this is last week in temecula. nice car being used for that. three men got out of the car and started grabbing items off the display shelfs and the men drove away. one was arrested but they're searching for the others. >> if you are trying to preorder the new iphone 5, expect a delayed delivery time of up to two weeks. there have been so many preorders for the phone delivery times have stretched from a week to two weeks. the company began taking those orders just after midnight yesterday morning, and apple is calling the response incredible. the new iphone 5 unveiled on wednesday is thinner, lighter and faster. more money is coming to california to help get diesel buses off the streets. the obama administration is handing out more than $8 million in grants to transit agencies across the state. 4.3 million is headed to the metropolitan transit agency in san francisco. the obama administration wants to get rid of old buses and replace them with new compressed natural gas buses.
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that it says are more efficient. community leaders plan to hold a rally in san jose today to support new team drivers. -- new teen drivers. according to the c.d.c. car accidents are the number one cause of death of teenagers in the united states, and the first year is the most dangerous. that's why state farm and other community leaders want them to stay safe. state farm is giving 14 $100,000 grants to high schools across the nation, to vote for your local school. just go to celebrate my drive.com. and the clouds we have been talking about all morning long beginning to lift. the roof camera looking out toward -- looking out from oakland, looking out towards san francisco. you can see some hints of clearing. that process will continue as we approach the afternoon hours. the latest right now on the satellite, you can't pick out some of the overcast. off shore, and even into the bay. san francisco, oakland, hayward, san jose, even the clouds beginning to lift as well.
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lots of sunshine inland towards antioc, concord and livermore. numbers just updated, mainly in the 50s. warmest locations, look at this. antioc already 70 degrees. that's a good sign. they will easily be a warming backup to the 90s this afternoon. san jose 58, and san francisco, 53 degrees. forecast headlines for today, morning fog, it will be warm inland. tomorrow just a little cooler and the extended, a nice forecast with mild to warm temperatures. so, today the warmest day of the upcoming weekend. that means temperatures inland approaching the lower 90s. this very weak weather system moop moves in on sunday for the second half of the weekend. and we will shave off a few degrees for tomorrow. forecast highs this afternoon, a little warmer compared to yesterday's highs. that means a few or more 9th 90s to report. santa rosa right around 82. fairfield in the upper 80s and here you can pick out the lower 90s towards pleasanton, livermore and around brentwood as well. san jose, 81 degrees by 3:00, and san francisco in the clouds
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this morning. the clouds gradually lift and pull back to near the shore line. we will have partly sunny skies for parts of the coast this afternoon. a couple of football games this afternoon, late this afternoon, stanford and u.s.c. mostly sunny skies, mid 70s, and also san jose state taking on colorado state. more sunshine, those readings mainly in the upper 70s. here is a look ahead, your five- day forecast and temperatures as i mentioned with the weekend always in view. cool off just slightly for sunday and then we'll hold things steady for monday and tuesday into next week. coming up in 15 minutes for the final weather update, we'll look at our local forecast and also the tahoe weekend outlook that is shaping up to be a nice weekend in the sierra as well. a california otter is beating the odds. fir she survived an oil spill and now a different kind of celebration. >> and working to beautify the bay. volunteers this morning taking part in coastal cleanup day here in san mateo. some of the strange items that have already been pulled out of the water. >> and a live look outside.
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that is the freeway in berkeley gets a little businessier as we approach the 10:00 hour. also following a s.i.g. alert in san francisco. northbound 280 and geneva, three of the four lanes are blocked because of a multi vehicle accident. expect dres for the next couple hours there. northbound 280 at geneva. it's 9:41. this is mornings on 2. >> closed captioning brought to you by jeep. visit jeep.com to learn more. >> closed captioning brought to you by dodge. visit dodge.com or your local dealer today.
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lanes blocked because of a crash there. we are hearing there are four vehicles involved, and drivers should expect delays there, trying to clean it up right now, but it does take some time. they issued that s.i.g. alert just after 9:00 so they have been working it for a while. we'll continue to follow that and we'll bring you more information on that backup as we get it. a recap of the top stories this morning. an investigation is under way in san jose after an eight-year- old boy was hit while riding his bike. that accident happened just after 8:00 last night on farm drive. police say the eight-year-old went into the road on his motorized bike, and went right in front of that truck. the child wasn't wearing a heel schmidt police say the truck driver -- helmet and police say the truck driver is cooperating. the film maker linked to an internet movie that has sparked violent protests in the arab world is being questioned by law enforcement. the los angeles county sheriff's department says the man went in for questioning voluntarily. authorities are looking into whether his role in producing that video may have violated
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the terms of his probation. >> and today is coastal cleanup day across the bay area. more than 1000 volunteers are expected to show up in san mateo county, and that is where k.t.v.u. reporter alex savage is live for us this morning, and alex, how are those cleanup efforts going so far? >> reporter: well, they are unearthing some unusual finds in the bay this morning. this is just one of them here. this is one of two bones that folks have found in the water this morning. they brought the items down here to be collected, obviously. there's a mattress here, there's a snowboard over there that someone left in the bay. take a look off in the distance. you can see a few hundred people. volunteers are out here, collecting trash along the shore line. this is part of the beach front cleanup day. we are at ryder park in san malt ohio. they're expecting about 1000 people to come down and take part in this event. last year the folks collected about 5 tons of trash. they pulled it out of the bay. in talking with these folks, people are coming down with boy scout troops, girl scout
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troops. a lot of community groups come down here, a lot of kids taking part this morning. and a lot of people say it's really a shame just how much trash is being pulled out of the bay. >> it's sad how people just don't care, and litter our land like this. but hopefully, we can teach our young ones that -- not to do that, and maybe it will be better, in how many years when these guys are adults walking along these trails. >> a lot of stuff out there. >> reporter: california assembly man jerry hill was down here as well taking part, collecting trash along the shore line. this event here, one of the largest in san mateo county. maybe one of the largest in the bay area. part of the overall california coastal cleanup day. events taking place along beaches and water ways all across the state. and here, the items that people find, the strange items they pull out of the water, they do something here called the catch of the day. and organizers essentially will vote on what the strangest items were that were pulled out of the water.
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the winners receive gift certificates. they make it fun for everyone taking part. the event out here goes on until noon today at ryder park. alex savage, ktvu. two people are safe this morning after getting rescued from a cliff in marin county. a man and a woman used a cell phone to call for help after they got stuck on a cliff above mclures beach at point ray's. they were approximately 250 feet up on the face of that rocky cliff when they were found. sonoma county sheriff's helicopter was called in to grab the 2. hoisting them one at a time to safety. the pair are both ok. the trial for a vacaville teenager accused of stabbing a 13-year-old girl several times two years ago is scheduled to begin on monday. alexander cervantes who was 14 at the time, allegedly broke into the girls' home in december, 2010. police say she was sleeping with her baby brother when both were stabbed several times. the girl escaped with her brother while cervantes was sleeping. a california man is under
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arrest after he allegedly threatened his roommate with a running chainsaw. gary hayes says he had just finished talking to his 63-year- old roommate, marvin daniels. minutes later, daniels was chasing him with a revved up chainsaw. hayes said his roommate tried to get into his bedroom through the window, then came into the house and chased him around. hayes was able to escape through the front door and then called 911. daniels is being held on multiple charges. >>this morning, we're learning about homeless residents who are apparently returning to dozens of homeless camps cleared out by the city of san jose. 150 people and 60 tons of trash were remove have had 60 different homeless camps in san jose this past summer. the neighbors are saying the homeless have started to come back and the trash is once again piling up near their homes. the city is planning to hold cleanups for the rest of the year and will focus on six particular homeless encampments. a california sea otter that survived an oil spill is
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celebrating this morning. olive the otter gave birth to a new pup. she was spotted by the california department of fish and game yesterday. olive was rescued in early 2009 from a beach near santa cruz. and she now has her own facebook page. the new edition is welcome news for scientists who say there are only about 2800 sea otters left in the california population. it's time for tickets saturday. today you have a chance to win a four pack of tickets to the world touring car championship in sonoma. it's all happening on sunday, september 23 at the sonoma raceway and the package includes admission, pit passes and access to an exclusive question and answer session with the drivers. doesn't that sound fun? for your chance to win, go to ktvu.com before midnight, and here is the secret word: car. so, easy to remember. >> car. gets right to the point. the a's are still red hot. we will show you highlights from the sold out star wars night as they continue to fight toward the playoffs. >> and i'm still tracking low
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clouds and fog this morning across parts of the bay area. coming up the clearing times you can expect later on today. the neighborhoods that will hit 90 degrees and the one weather change we are expecting for the second half of the week.
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well, flu season has officially begun. even though most cases don't pop up until next month, doctors say right now is a good time to get vaccinated. as usual, doctors are encouraging children, seniors and those with health conditions to get that shot. the past two flu seasons have been relatively mild which has many health officials concerned people aren't going to get their shots. this year's vaccine protects against three different flu strains. the napa county health department will offer free seasonal flu shots to anyone three and older. clinics are set to begin wednesday and will run through november. for more information on how you can get your shot, contact the napa valley health department, or to find out if there are free clinics in your area contact your own county health department. sales of bay area homes
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have surged to levels not seen since before the recession. bay area home sales are at their strongest since 2006. there was a 14% jump in home sales last month compared to august, 2011. and purchase prices were actually up nearly 11%. and some home buyers say this is the time to buy. >> the mortgage rates are incredibly low. we were thinking about expanding our family, and there's some -- there is a house that we just had to jump on. it's never a better time to buy if you have the financial resources to put the down payment. that is the key. >> some realtors say because of the low inventory, houses are not lasting long once they get on the market. unique boats will be in the san francisco bay this morning, all part of the 17th annual kizer permanente boat festival. organizers say it's the largest in the united states with 120 dragon boat teams and 3500 paddlers. besides that dragon boat racing, the event features cultural performances and activities for the entire
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family. the event kicked off just about two hours ago, at 8 this morning and it will run until 5 tonight. and then it will pick up again tomorrow morning. the a's and orioles battling in oakland this weekend. the a's kicked off the series with a victory in front of a sell-out crowd last night. orioles up 1-0 in the bottom of the fortes. but espedes says goodbye, see you later. nice knowing you. a's umm 3-2 in the 9th when xavier avery tries to sneak second. derrick norris gunning him down for the final out. crowd goes crazy. forget the wild card, folks. oakland wants the west. they're three games back. game 2 with the o's at 6:05 tonight. giants in the desert taking on the diamondbacks. bases juiced in the third. not anymore. hunter pence slapping one about 10 rows back in left center. giants up 5. d-backs with the bases loaded in 6th. a little different outcome. pablo sandoval smacks the line drive off the bat of chris young. good play by the panda and the
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giants win 6-2. kane with his 14th win. the giants still seven and a half game in the left. if you are planning to go to the niners game tomorrow, be prepared for extra security. undercover police officers plan to dress in either red and gold niners gear or lions team colors. they'll be patrolling stands at candlestick looking for unruly fans. they also will enforce laws against scalping counterfeit tickets and merchandise. san francisco police also went undercover in january for the niners playoff game against the new york giants. packers quarterback reportedly aaron rodgers is going back on his promise of wearing an alex smith number 11 niners jersey. according to t.mz.com rodgers wanted the group boys ii men to sing the national anthem. the group did, but under one condition. if the niners won rodgers would have to wear an alex smith jersey for a week. now rodgers is apparently backing out saying the whole thing was blown out of
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proportion. 9:56, we want to update you on the news in san francisco. the s.i.g. alert is now called off. 280 is clear, so you're in good shape to head through san francisco. mark has a last look at your saturday forecast. >> good morning to you. the fog we have been talking about all morning long is beginning to lift across parts of the bay. as a result the numbers we have been tracking are beginning to recover. 60s towards concord, amount jobbing and livermore. -- antioc and livermore. san jose 61 and san francisco 53. the forecast for today, of course we had the fog clearing back to near the shore line this afternoon. a big temperature range for the low 60s, all the way to the upper 80s to lower 90s. lake tahoe this weekend, lots of sunshine, overnight lows are pretty chilly in the upper 30s to the low 40s. and then a nice recovery into the afternoon hours, temperatures in the 70s. before we know it we'll be talk about the ski reports towards the sierras as things begin to change. forecast highs this afternoon, a little bit warmer than yesterday's reading. that means the warmest locations on track to reach the
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lower 90s. look ahead your five-day forecast with your weekend always in view, it's shaping up to be a nice weekend. we are going to keep things cool for the beaches and a little cooler for your sunday. then a nice fall-like weather pattern for monday, tuesday and wednesday. claudine and mike, this is the last full weekend of summer. so enjoy. it should be great out there. >> and should be good weather for both stanford and san jose state fans. >> yeah. >> that's our report for this morning. thanks for trusting ktvu. there is a look at the dragon boat festival off of treasure island. >> join us for our next newscast at 10:00. we're always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. have a great saturday, everyone. (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account.
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